1) Never-ending Wave: Occurs twice a year in Brazil when the Atlantic ocean meets the mouth of the Amazon River. The resulting waves can travel 500 miles inland before slowing down.
2) Under-water Crop Circles: In Japan, male pufferfish flapping their fins create these alien-esque circles in the sand.
3) Bleeding Glacier: Also known as “Blood Falls” in Antarctica, the outflowing water resembles blood due to iron oxide.
4) Blue Lava: Due to the combustion of sulfuric gases at extremely high temperatures, this volcano in Indonesia produces the blue glowing lava.
5) Calcifying Lake: This creepy lake in Tanzania, Lake Natron, has such high pH levels that it calcifies any animal that goes into the water.
6) Cocooned Trees: During flood season in Pakistan, spiders are forced to flee to the trees where their webs create this effect.
7) Danxia Landforms: Over millions of years, the red sandstone and mineral deposits in certain areas of China have created these rainbow-like landforms.
8) Frost Flowers: In arctic areas, these floral ice formations occur when the temperature between the ocean and the atmosphere differs.
9) Green Flash: This rare occurrence when the conditions are right at the end or beginning of a sunset.
10) Hair Ice: Water escaping plants in freezing weather can have this follicle-effect due to certain bacteria presence.
11) Horsetail Falls: In Yosemite National Park, California, this waterfall looks more like lava with a bright orange glow at certain times of the day in February.
12) Lenticular Clouds: Probably mistaken for UFOs by Fox Mulder, these clouds occur when the moist air overflows a mountain.
13) Living Rocks: Not actually rocks, these sea creatures line the beaches of Chile and are completely immobile.
14) Maelstroms: Conflicting tidal waves create these whirlpools that can suck in swimmers and boats. Swimmers and boaters beware!
15) Rainbow Trees: These Australian eucalyptus trees shed their bark to reveal vibrant colors.
16) Assembly Of Crabs: Off the coast of Australia on Christmas Island, the annual migration of nearly 120 million red crabs creates quite a sight as they make their way to the ocean.
17) Steam Towers: Occurring alongside the Northern Lights, these geothermal formations make the area seem even more like a sci-fi movie.
18) Black Sun: Formed by the massive migration of European starlings and can be seen every spring in the skies of Denmark.
19) Ever-Lasting Storm: The mouth of the Catatumbo River in Venezuela creates weather conditions that lead to 160 consecutive stormy nights.
20) Flowering Desert: Every few years, after a particularly heavy rain, these deserts in Chile sprout flowers.
21) Great Blue Hole: This Belize attraction was formed through erosion way back when the sea level was much lower.
22) Monarch Butterfly Migration: Every year across the United States and Mexico, the beautiful butterflies gather in droves for their migration.
23) Underwater Water Fall: On the island of Mauritius, this sudden dip in ocean depth creates the illusion of an unusual water fall.
24) Volcanic Lightning: When a volcano explodes, the amount of electrical and static charges released can sometimes lead to this firey electrical storm.