We live in a weird, wondrous world and Mother Nature is in the driver's seat. From goats in trees, insects that can live up to 17 years, to Here are 5 Mind-Boggling Natural Phenomena On Earth.1.) GOAT TREE

You are not seeing an illusion. Those are real goats on a real tree! These are the crazy Moroccan tree-climbing goats. No one knows, how or what made goats climb trees,  have learned to climb trees to better snack on their tasty Argan fruit.


This is a true phenomenon! Only Mother Nature can pull something like this off. A gas seep behind a waterfall? I've never seen one, and though I've heard the term I didn't know something like this was real. This particular flame is roughly located near the Canadian border.


Just when you thought you had seen it all, you haven't! This has got to be one of the most beautiful yet amazing things I've ever seen. This is called a bioluminescent bloom wave. This is an incredible natural phenomenon caused by phytoplankton, a type of algae that laterally glows when it's agitated in the water. Natural occurrences only happen in certain places around the globe from Hermosa Beach CA. to as far away as Hong Kong.


I know you're probably thinking what's so special about a forest? Well, what if I told you this isn't a forest? This is ONE SINGLE TREE! This particular grove in Utah is the largest and oldest in the world, nicknamed Pando. The individual trees, also known as clones you see are called shoots that come from a single organism


This beach is located in Hawaii. The freaky green sand is made up of a volcanic rock crystal called olivine that formed due to volcano eruptions 49,000 years ago. There are only 2 Green Sand Beaches in the world, and this is one of them.

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Gallery Credit: Nicole Caldwell

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