Friday, May 8, 2020

18 Times Nature Surprised Us So Much, We Couldn’t Handle It

Nature is a surprising thing. Animals and plants can often deviate from the norm, like how penguin eggs can turn clear from the heat. Even when you think you understand the rules of life, there is always that strange exception proving that nature has a lot of things in store for us.

We have collected various photos that basically say: don’t toy with Mother Nature...she’s too busy toying with us!

1. Okenites are minerals that form such fragile, bendable crystals, they look like fluffy cotton balls.

2. Stress can cause chickens to lay eggs with strange pigmentation.

3. I guess skates saw those shark eggs and took it as a challenge.

4. You mean all this time we could’ve have frozen our bubbles?

5. Thanks to sulfuric gases, Indonesia’s Kawah Ijen volcano gives off an unusual blue glow.

6. You can make a raw egg squishy just by soaking it in vinegar for 2 days.

7. Insert the “He grew a foot over the summer” joke here.

8. Not that I’d complain about getting a free side of crab...even if he was the one trying to eat my mussel!

9. This bird-flower, the Moth Orchid, is such a lovely shade of purple.

10. No, this egg isn’t wrapped up oddly...Stress, disturbances, and even diseases can cause chickens to lay weirdly shaped eggs.

11. One word: Eggception

12. The glasswing butterfly’s friends must love making “You’re so transparent” jokes...

13. Sharks have different types of eggs.

14. In Morocco, goats have been to known to climb Argania trees to eat their fruit.

15. In the Amazon, butterflies are known to drink the tears of caimans and turtles.

16. In the Maldives, dinoflagellates, a type of phytoplankton, have a chemical reaction that creates a glowing, blue light!

17. There’s an island in the Bahamas populated by feral’s often called Pig Beach.

18. With the help of fungus, ice can form so finely that it looks like hair... and it’s actually called hair ice.

Did these photos surprise you? Do you have any photos of weird things found in nature? Let us know!