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Fenomenos raros de la naturaleza - Taringa!

Top 6 fenómenos más raros del mundo

NATURAL:Fire Whirls, also known as fire devils ot toronadoea appear in or around raging fires when the right combination of climactic conditions are present. They have been known to be 1 mile high and gave speeds of over and last 20 minutes or

Tornado Engulfed by Fire: Swirling Inferno Caught on Tape After Flames Engulf Active Twister

Swirling Inferno Fire Tornado or "Firenado" Caught on Tape. A rare phenomenon that looks like a burning tornado is seen in amazing video.

NATURAL:Sinkholes, are a scary phenomena. Over time water erodes the soil under the planets surface until it gives away and collapses into the earth, they can be hundreds of feet deep, and have consumed city blocks, sidewalks and buildings

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Sinkholes are one of the world’s scariest natural phenomena. Over time, water erodes the soil under the planet’s surface until – in some cases quite suddenly – the land above gives way and collapses into the earth.

This was the tornado that hit Greeneville, TN (and surrounding areas) a couple of years ago.

The Chaiten volcano erupts during storms in the middle of the night on May 2008 in Chaiten, Chile. The Chaiten volcano, located some 800 miles south of the capital Santiago, was considered dormant since it had not erupted for hundreds of years.

altered photo series “Deconstructing the Houses,” large suburban homes appear fragmented and jumbled, almost as if they are falling down. The images

In "Deconstructing the Houses," American-based designer Michael Jantzen uses elements of photography to give the appearance that seemingly ordinary houses are tumbling to the ground.

It is fairly easy to sense - video in real time is coming on very strong.

Living on a Stream: The Rise of Real-Time Video

Lunar Halos, Septuple Rainbows and Iridescent Meat: Incredible Optics Photos thk: lightnings and rainbows

Sand after being hit by lightning.

This is what sand looks like when it’s been hit by lightning. Called a fulgurite, this is made up of natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at