8 Events Extraordinary Natural Anomalies

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Red Ganggan
Actually a lot of single-celled algae that grows profusely red color in coastal waters and on the surface causing red water. Many of the algae is harmless, but the fact is that they increase the toxic substances in the sea, causing the death of hundreds of fish, birds and mammals. At the same time, humans also have an indirect phenomenon, the worsening ecological impact on the beach and this is reflected in the maritime sector and the economy.

Blue Hole in the Bahamas 

This "big hole" suddenly sank into the sea. As I saw from the air, solid blue indicates deep and impenetrable darkness, especially in contrast to the water around them.Those divers who have tread that tens of meters, have found that at this depth, a serious shortage of oxygen levels and that there is life other than just lack of ocean currents. 

Nonetheless, it had a very high scientific interest, and so far has been found in dozens of ancient fossils remote. These "holes" are found in Belize, Bahamas blue holes deeper, about 400m east Belize has some 123m. 

basalt columns in the Canary Islands 

Upon cooling, the thick lava flows made ​​at a vertical angle to the direction of flow, resulting in strange geometric figure. It is a process that produces a regular hexagonal shape basaltic columns and perfection almost artificial. Among the most famous is the "Giant's Causeway in Ireland, and" Devil's Tower "in the U.S., but it does not detract from the" Bodies "on the island of La Gomera in the Canary Islands. 

stones that move alone in Death Valley, USA 

In the famous Death Valley in the United States there is a single phenomenon, these stones seem to float above the barren wasteland that was once mud. For decades, scientists have theorized a plausible explanation for this anomaly, in which a stone weighing a few pounds can travel a few hundred meters "only." 

Many believe that this movement is due to the strong winds, but it was not clear that rocks of different size and weight moving with parallel velocity and direction.Moreover, the physics calculations do not support this theory, because for some stones will be needed to move wind speeds of hundreds of kilometers per hour higher. Wind can move small stones, but how do you move a few tens of pounds?. 

circle Ice 

The phenomenon of a little known, but thanks to the Internet spreading communication. Apparently the scientists speculate that the perfect circle of ice formed by the natural whirlpool in the water to rise to the surface of a perfect circle shape on the surface of the ice. 

far there are circles of different diameters and in different parts of the world, sometimes even a single circle , but some of which are distributed across the surface of the water. Largest recorded a diameter of 150 meters. 

Mammatus Clouds 

Appearance is a big sign of a storm cloud bizarre display of this type is a sign of severe storms pleasant arrival or bad weather. These clouds contain ice crystals mostly be extended to hundreds of miles of lines can be measured. Some cloud formations can remain static even for 10-15 minutes. 

Rainbow Fire 

They are very difficult to see the conditions for their formation probability of observing a strange rainbow is very low. Is caused by a rare convergence of sunshine within the cloud must have a certain position. 

with reflected sunlight, the ice crystals in clouds produce visible light spectrum.Since it is very unusual to see the pictures of this phenomenon is not very popular and it can take a snapshot so lucky. 

Striped Icebergs 

Icebergs in the Antarctic area sometimes have a line formed by layers of snow that react to different conditions. the blue line is often made when a crack in the ice filled with a mixture of water freezes so quickly that no bubbles form.

When an iceberg falls into the sea, a layer of salty seawater can freeze the bottom.If this is rich in algae, it can form a green stripe. Brown, black and yellow is the color of the line due to sediment collected when sucked down into the sea ice