Tuesday, June 11, 2013

15 Things You Won't Believe Actually Exist In Nature

Mother Nature is beautiful and amazing because we can see many amazing stuff like these 15 things that you won’t believe they actually exist. All these places are real. It is hard to believe in that, but that is true.

1. Volcanic lightning aka “dirty thunderstorms.”

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2. Frozen air bubbles in Abraham Lake.

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3. Underground natural springs in Mexico.

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4. Giant crystal cave in Nacia, Mexico.

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5. Shimmering shores of Vaadhoo, Maldives.

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6. Reflective salt flats in Bolivia.

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7. Light pillars over Moscow.

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8. Natural salt water fountain off the coast of Oregon.

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9. Beautiful sandstone formations in Arizona.

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10. Rainbow Eucalyptus trees in Kailua, Hawaii.

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11. The Blood Falls in Antartica.

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12. Spiderweb cocooned trees in Pakistan.

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13. Giant clouds over Beijing.

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14.  The underwater forest of Lake Kaindy.

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15. Lake Hillier, Australia

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    1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7mP68mgDk4

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  2. nature is truly beyond imaginations! AMAZED!

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  3. That shit is amazing!

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    1. These ain't shit! May be you are looking at some other target. Why don't you check again your environment, before hopping on the keyboard! :)

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    2. Check if your comment makes sense before hopping on the keyboard. Although, I am happy and impressed to see the mentally challenged using a keyboard and making comments on the internet.

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    3. This shit is amazing!

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  4. Is that a lake full of pepto bismal..

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    1. When you stand next to the lake it looks like pink tinged water, not the solid pink that you see from the sky. Even if you put some in a glass, it's still a pinkish hue. There's nothing dangerous about it, it's just pink. No one is positive why Lake Hillier is the way it is. Could be the halobacteria, could be algae, could be the red halophilic bacteria in the salt crusts. There's another lake near Esperance called Pink Lake that's pretty much the same.

      They're neat to see in person!

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    2. The rock formation in Arizona. We have one here in Australia too, that's worth a look: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=the+wave+rock+formation+australia&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=GHPbUcGrL4WEiAeNwoFI&ved=0CFkQsAQ&biw=1659&bih=890 If this link doesn't work, type 'wave rock formation Australia' into your search engine (images).

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    3. Wow! That's really awesome and beautiful. Thanks. =)

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    4. LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOO PEPTO BISMOL!!

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  5. Anyone got a flame thrower.. someone torch the trees in Pakistan.. eeeek

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    1. I agree , burn them trees , I would the to see the spiders that done that , maybe camel spiders , glad I live in usa

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    2. God bless america...what about harvesting the silk, or perhaps finding a use for the spider or caterpillar responsible. What about seeking a way to acquire balance but no....kill it with fire echoes from the murican folk.Is that all you guys can think of when seeing this. Kill it burn it...sad but not surprising.

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    3. The Solifugae, aka Camel Spider, is not a true spider. Ever hear the phrase - Ignorance is bliss?

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    4. I got news for those saying that the Pakistan spiders should be burned...happens here in the USA too. It's a natural phenomena.

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    5. FYI these webs were blessings to the victims of severe flooding in Pakistan. Because of stagnant water a lot of insects were born especially mosquitos. These webs in fact prevented a spread of malaria and other diseases. Look it up on National Geographic.

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    6. Really? "Murican folk"? I guess people being deathly afraid of spiders is a phenomenon isolated to the 50 states?
      Note to people who don't like spiders and wish them death: don't use references to killing which may geographically bind you, such as "burning", "hanging", "shooting", "stabbing", "decapitating", "plaguing", "crucifying", "boring to death", etc... you may be confused for a person coming from America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia or ANYWHERE on this planet with or without religious or political affiliation.
      The author did have a point, though - there are plenty of good things from these spiders, even if you do get squeamish over them.

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    7. This phenomenon was observed after the area shown in picture got flooded. So the spiders took refuge in trees. It ultimately helped people and avoided the diseases caused by mosquitoes which bred in the standing water.
      I know this because I am from Pakistan.
      Kindly don't jump to what seems right to your eyes. Nature has a system of keeping its balance. Humans are the ones causing trouble and imbalance.

      Have a nice day everyone. :)

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    9. these spider webs were formed in 2010 when we had extraordinary rainfalls in the north and the river indus had a record flood...

      since there was water everywhere, the spiders took to the trees and made their homes in them... As mentioned above already these web clad trees might look creepy but they were a life saver for the locals since this kept the extraordinary growth of mosquitos and other insects in a check.. it was like a nature's way of sending the spiders for the defence against all those diseases that could have caused so many more deaths than the floods themselves...

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    10. spiders are good! In Russia they are considered to be a good sign (seeing a spider means you will receive income/cash/fortune). Pls, especially dear europeans and americans, please obstain from killing poor creatures if you want to get out economic crisis :)

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    11. COOL photos!

      Right about now, we sure could use some of those spiders and their webs in our trees! NC, USA is saturated with rain, and the mosquito population is out of control! It makes walking in the forests and flooded fileds very unpleasant

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    12. Lol our economic situation as you call it has nothing to do with a few daddy long legs Lol. Here in America it is very rare for a poisons spider to be found in a living area in your home. Luckily we here in murica as I guess I should call it since I'm a murican Lol most spider you find are harmless to us. At night while U sleeps hundreds of spiders have crawled on you crawled into your mouth and been swallowed eww yuck I'm so afraid of spider but killing them all no. I live on the ocean and mosquitoes are already treacherous with the spiders we have present killing one in your home isn't gonna make any difference there everywhere. Shoe it into a dust pan and thro it outside or out it up near your front light too kill the annoying bugs flying around that bother when opening our front doors at night. When I lived in the upper right hand corner of Connecticut (its in New England upper east coast just in case fellow readers from Pakistan didn't know where I speak of) The bugs got so bad in the summer we would have to spray the front porch with a hose twice a week or Spiders would literally drop down as U walked up and they were big I'm talking wood spider (large harry spiders that can grow to the size larger than 3 quarters pur in a circle. Idk if their poisonous IDC all I know is in 4 years hundreds landed on me I was bitten by not even one and I freak the fuck out if a spider lands on me trust. I've put my hate on felt something move and took it off to see a spider twitching around inside there harmless trust me face your fears I bet you'll see maybe the thing you fear maybe fears you even more learn to understand it. Knowledge is the only true currency and if all power crapped out tomorrow and you couldn't Google or bing or whatever search engine U use to see or learn about a subject you'd feel pretty stupid that you couldn't start a fire or make weapons to hunt with. There is so much available to all of us with internet access and most of you take it for granted everyday. All I know is if all human don't start to change now the end is near for everyone well at least the world as we all know it. When money and power means nothing knowledge will be currency trust me and all I personally know is I'm getting left behind never stop learning no matter if its about something that may seem irrelevant to you today tomorrow isn't promise Knowledge is now free don't wait till its currency to experience it please you will be missing out. Even if U hate to read pick one thing a week and every day learn one new thing about it and let me know you feel in just 2 months I bet you'll be surprised how much you start to enjoy understanding your surroundings instead of just passing it by with fear and ignorance in your heart. This comment is directed at noone at all its general statement for all toread or not rto read that is your choice to make. If I help one person it was all worth proof reading and typing ;-)

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    13. anonymous above....about that proof reading!! - fail. grammar, punctuation and spelling all crap.

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    14. Speaking as a senior editor (the 'senior' probably refers more to my age than my skills LOL), it truly is bad form to complain of others' diction or spelling online (or anywhere, really) even if only out of respect for the significant percentage of dyslexic contributors. Not everyone had my education but I don't think that with that I was granted the right to look down on others. I say it is you who fail. Might just add: your punctuation, here, is poor at best.

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    15. I agree with Anonymous right above me. Anonymous above him or her has not even made the effort to read what Anonymous-with-the-large-comment had to say, which, I must say - if you wade through it - is a pretty interesting statement! Knowledge as the new currency: marvellous!

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    16. Just leave them. What we don't know, we fear. What we fear, we try to destroy. And, sadly, in the US, people tend to be ignorant and proud of it. (And elsewhere). I am tired of this ignorance. It is people who are doing the destruction. What a beautiful place it would be without us. But alas, no DaVinci, no VanGogh. But a healthy, thriving planet!

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    17. I enjoy reading the comments more than the articles. Is that bad?

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    18. Dang spider comes near me it's dead, no doubt about it.. I love creation just as much as anyone else but insects are not my friends.. Just last night I go to get a cup and a dang spider did a jack in the box surprise on me. well I got him because I had hot water running and his butt is down the drain dead.. I don't care if that sounds mean the dang spider had no business in my cabinets..

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    19. @AnonymousJuly 4, 2013 at 3:31 AM Do not believe someone like this. First off the spiders crawling in your mouth is a myth. Made up by a person to prove a fact that false statements can have a dangerous affect. Second off why is the spiders the most conversed thing out of these 15 AMAZING pictures. I have seen this very same thing happen in America. The other things however are truly amazing and unique.

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    20. Like I tell my wife, I would rather have spiders and snakes than mosquitoes and mice.

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    21. The spiders that made those webs are tiny. They took shelter in the trees due because of flooding, and eventualy dispersed again after the floods subsided.
      Next time you want to squish a spider you may consider this; Spiders identical to common garden orb weavers have been found in 125 million year old amber. They've been keeping insect populations in check for at least that long, and if it wasn't for spiders, it's highly unlikely humans would even exist, as our ancient mammalian ancestors would have succumbed to disease millions of years ago.

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    22. Mother Nature has a reason for everything to create a balance so that every thing can exist

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  6. WOW! that is amazing, Mother earth is so beautiful I love this !

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  7. I have seen light pillars in my city offen when the atmosphere is just right. I have even taken picutres of it.

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  8. I saw the shimmering neon shores in Florida! Every time a fish swam through, it lit up the water around it like a green spotlight was following it. It was pitch black night outside, not a light around, except that coming from the water. Magical!

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    1. I believe this phenomenon is caused by small phosphorescent creatures in the water—kind of analogous to fireflies, but a different mechanism. I've seen a seasonal variety on the beach at Fire Island, New York, for a few nights in the summer. I think it was in June.

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    2. Your right Mimi, The Pacific ocean was my bathtub when I was a child and I loved night time swims in phosphorescence because it would light up your arms and legs and leave beautiful trails. I think I will paint that memory someday. [https://www.facebook.com/Cassandradolen.ca?ref=hl]

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    3. That didnt work........ but when I paint it it will be on my Cassandra Dolen Gallery fb page......:)

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    4. This happens due to a phenomenon call phosphorescence. It is caused by micro algae which emit light when agitated. Some sort of chemical reaction takes places due to agitation due to waves. You can actually buy these algae online and make lamps out of them. Its pretty cool.

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  9. it is really amazing photos, Mother earth is so beautiful I love this !

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  10. Beautiful, all but the spiderweb tree... that freaked me !!!

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  11. Story about the spiders.. There was a bad flood in Pakistan a couple of years ago. The water went all the way up the tree trunks. The spiders had no where to go...but up.. to seek refuge. When the water receded, the "cocoons" remained. The locals saw it as a blessing because these big webs were trapping tons of misquitos that carried diseases! :)

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  12. Where in Oregon is this?

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    1. Thor's Well at Cape Perpetua. Oregon has so many natural wonders like that, even just along the coast (Devil's Churn/ Punchbowl, etc)

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  13. The spiderweb trees are actually in Japan. This is a consequence of the tsunami. Spiders fleeing the flood onto trees in the thousands and then do what spiders do best.

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    1. No its defiantly Pakistan i have seen this a million times

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    2. the poor people look japnese two you, its not WWII photo silly.

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    3. The tsunami they speak of was recent due to a under water earthquake, they lost a nuclear reactor and the wave was felt as a far as California(obviously not in any comparison to what happen in Japan). These pictures are not of the Japan incident but yes it also happened there in rural areas where the flood occurred. I mean come on is it so hard to believe the same thing could happen in two different places Lol. But yes this is a occurrence during floods in rural areas all over the world

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    4. This has also happened in Texas, USA before.

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  14. Anyone else notice the UFO in the first massive cloud pic? And what's up with the red in Antarctica??

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    1. Looks like an airplane to me...can see the wings.

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    2. Helicopter taking up close pictures and catching a over few of the eruptions. Probably a new camera helicopter that would make sense military or news seems most likely

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  15. The Wonders of the World, so amazing!

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  16. really is stranger than fiction....SO beautiful

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  17. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SHARING THIS WITH ME AND MINE. FUNNIE... ALL THE NATURE SHOWS, ESPECIALLY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.........THEY COULD HAVE, SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN A JUMP ON THIS....IT MAKES YOU WONDER, IS THERE MORE ?

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  18. My godness! This pictures almost made me cry, so amazing

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    1. it didn't made you come?

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  19. I have to assume that the intro was written by someone struggling with the English language, so below is a suggested replacement. "Mother Nature is beautiful and amazing because we can see many amazing stuff like these 15 things that you won’t believe they actually exist. All these places are real. It is hard to believe in that, but that is true."

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    The beauty of Mother Nature can be seen in these amazing photos. It is hard to believe the scenes are real, but they are all natural phenomena.

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    1. Since you assume it was done by someone struggling with English, I have to assume you understand that English is probably their second, maybe, even third or fourth language. Instead of "correcting" their introduction, why not display your true brilliance and give us an introduction in one of your alternate languages.

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  20. RE: Oregon coast "fountain", I'm pretty sure it is "Thor's Well", but there are several coastal spouts along the coast as well. See the "Spouting Horn" at Cook's Chasm for instance.

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  21. 12. Spiderweb cocooned trees in Pakistan. i live in pakistan and seen these in sukkur in 2009 ^_^

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  22. that is just awesome..................... it is so interesting , i wanted to visit those places.......................:)

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  23. its not hard to believe, lets just hope no one has a crazy idea to touch it and make changes to it's natural beauty.

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  24. I have no problem believing any of them - nature is incredible. I get annoyed at intros telling me what I will or will not believe. And the burning the spider web trees comments are worrying - what is wrong with people - can't you appreciate what appears strange just because it is unfamiliar.

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  25. What a wonderfull world!

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  26. The salt flat is just water

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  27. those are not air bubbles, they are methane bubbles.

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  28. Anyway I can get these in high res wallpapers? I'd love one of these on my desktop!

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  29. Beautiful pictures that show the amaning things Mother Nature can do.

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  30. está el lago para darse un baño

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  31. Some of these I've already seen somewhere online before, but it is simply amazing what Mother Earth has to show us! All so beautiful (except for the spider trees), but my 2 favorites would have to be the Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees & the Underwater Forests which are eerily beautiful!

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  32. hermosos paisajes que solo poder admirar en foto. Comparto consejos para cuidar la ecología. http://zibertronicos.blogspot.com/2013/03/consejos-para-cuidar-el-medio-ambiente.html

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  33. Ah yes. If only the earth were free of humans, all would be perfect. The spiders would simply appreciate each other. Who/what would mosquitoes live off though?

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  34. Some people say design comes from God.This is proof that creativity always starts in nature and then is escalated and evolved into other designs.

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  35. Please note also -- when in the wild, spider webs can be used to make bandages along with mud as an sterile pack... Spider silk is enormously strong and we are learning that it has electro-static properties. Spider venom itself is also useful in medicine making -- and, as another user noted, spiders keep done insect populations (mosquitos, ticks etc) which are themselves vectors of disease. Though people may not like them, they have their purpose in this world. Every creature does. Getting rid of any one creature unbalances the eco-system and we all pay.

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  36. right? whats the deal there

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  37. salt flats and shimmering shore took my breath away. but yea why is the blood falls in antarctica like that?

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  38. Blood Falls is just a waterfall, but the water is tanted red due to iron oxide.

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  39. Stunning pictures, Nature in all it's Glory ! Loved it, Thanks for sharing .

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  40. Nice to see the "Fortress of Solitude" made the list ;)

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  41. Naica... the right spelling for the Crystal cave is Naica, located in the state of Chihuahua. Mexico.

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  42. So many beautiful photos. I can't understand why there is such a focus on the spiders.

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  43. pic #4, it should be "Naica" not "Nacia"

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  44. If you look closely at the first picture youll see a face where the lighting begins to strike.

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  45. AnonymousJune 17, 2013 at 12:57 PM
    I agree , burn them trees , I would the to see the spiders that done that , maybe camel spiders , glad I live in usa

    My God you're so breathtakingly stupid.

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  46. I just said this on another post, but again: WWWAAAAAA!!!!

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  47. Spiders are important helpers in the earths ecosystem, most people have a fear of both Spiders alien appearance but its no doubt a natural psychological defence mechanism to help them get on with their job if they were cute n fluffy people would keep em in jars as pets they'd never be able to do their much appreciated work of killing the real dangerous pests.
    Same goes for bees, people fear bees for their sting, its natures gift of psychological armor for them saying look let these little guys get on with pollenating the planet and helping feed you humans and you wont get stung. Both creatures can appear scary but the essence of their work and nature is totally beautiful.

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  48. ok ok so the point is everybody wants to fuck usa! i love cocooned trees ! i damn care if they are found anywhere else.

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  49. Saw this on Tumblr. <3

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