You'd never believe these natural phenomena are real
The planet full of people circles around a giant ball of fire, while the moon is moving an enormous amount of water on that planet. Miracles exist and they surround us every day. Just look at these incredible natural phenomena!
#1 Stones that move without any help in the Death Valley (California)
#2 Eucalyptus with rainbow bark
#3 Spotted Lake in Canada
#4 Lenticular clouds
#5 Monarch butterfly migration
#6 A cloud formed by huge flocks of starlings
#7 Darvaza gas crater or "Door to Hell’’ in Turkmenistan
#8 The Sardine Run: billions of sardines move northward along the east coast of South Africa
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