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The beautiful underwater waterfall is an optical illusion that is located near the shores in the South-West of Mauritius. The illusion is the only result from the movement of sand and silt sediments under the influence of powerful underwater currents.
#7 Glowing Waves
The glowing is caused by a massive red tide, or algae bloom, The blue "fire" in the picture is bioluminescence - tiny phytoplankton, microbes washed ashore by the tides, turning their chemical energy into light energy. This phenomenon occurs in San Diego, California.
It is the production and emission of light by a living organism in which waves are created by plankton, the principal chemical reaction in bioluminescence involves the light-emitting pigment luciferin and the enzyme luciferase, assisted by other proteins such as aequorin in some species.Visit the Vadhoo island to see this spectacular view.
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#5 Migration Of The Red Crab
Unbelievable but the red crab migration is a species of land crab that is endemic to Christmas Island and the Coca’s Islands in the Indian Ocean. Most of Christmas Island's adult red crabs begin their breeding migration to the sea as soon as the wet season rains have established. Red crab migration is of rather large crabs with the carapace measuring up to 116 millimeters wide.
#4 Lightning Volcano
Volcanic Lightning is a weather phenomenon that is related to the production of lightning in a volcanic plume, the particles rub together and the resulting charge buildup generates lightning strikes. This happened recently in Calbuco volcano, Chile.
#3 Door To Hell
In Turkmenistan, is a burning natural gas fire in the middle of the Karakum Desert which is known as the Door to Hell, At first glance, it could appear to be a dramatic scene from a science-fiction movie. Though believed - but this giant hole of fire in the heart of the Karakum Desert - it is not the after effects of an attack on the Earth, launched from outer space.
#2 Blue Lava
Blue Lava is the molten rock that emerges from the Earth at ultra-high temperature isn't colored significantly differently than the lava at other volcanoes.Due to a complete combustion and the reaction that is so vigorous that it creates enough energy to excite and ionize gas molecules in the flame, therefore leading to a blue appearance.Thus, Indonesia's Kawah Ijen volcano appears to spew eerie blue lava.
#1 Enigmatic Belize Great Blue Hole
The Great Blue Hole is a large mysterious underwater hole on the coast of Belize. The hole is also known for its perfect circular shape. It lies closely towards the center of Lighthouse Reef which is a small atoll between the mainland and Belize City about 100 kilometers away.
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