8 Unusual natural phenomena around the world

8. Fairy Circles (Namibia) The Namib Desert in Namibia is unlike any other desert. There are creepy circular patches scattered throughout the desert (an area of 2500 km).

7. Sky Mirror (Malaysia) Twice a month, during the new moon and full moon period, tourists can see a clear reflection of the sky in the waters off Sasaran Beach, Kuala Lumpur.

6. Light Pillars (USA, Canada, Arctic) Meteorological phenomena are the most unique. Light pillars are one of them. They look otherworldly, like rays of light coming from an alien spaceship.

5. Pink Lake Hiller (Australia) Blue lakes are too conventional. Lake Hillier is a rarity in Australia, because the water is, to be exact, bubblegum pink.

4. Frozen Bubbles (Canada) Spectacular yet dangerous sight, frozen bubbles can be seen in winters at Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada.

3. Hidden Beach (Mexico) Would you believe me if I told you that a bomb explosion in Mexico resulted in a hidden beach? Located just a few miles off the coast of Mexico.

2. Rolling Stones (USA) Who knew there was another meaning to the world of rolling stones, and that was literal too?

1. Blood Falls (Antarctica) As the name suggests, Blood Falls is a waterfall that spews blood-red water into a river.

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