18 Striking Images Show That Nature Always Knows How To Amaze Us With Special Effects

We will never cease to be amazed and inspired by the majesty, unpredictability, and beauty of nature. Even when you think you know all the corners of the world that welcome and surround us, the phenomena, animals, landscapes, and elements are always ready to take your breath away in front of sights as fascinating as they are unexpected.

Ready to amaze yourself with 18 images that show nature in its strongest and most extravagant forms?

#1. The singular matamata, halfway between an alligator turtle and a long-necked turtle

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#2. What we see on the surface of the water can hide a lot of things: this Siphonophore proves it!

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#3. The devastating power of lightning on a poor “unlucky” tree

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#4. The flowers of the Large Snapdragon turn into spooky skulls when they wither!

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#5. These ice eggs in northern Finland are a rare phenomenon that occurs due to wind and water

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#6. A large cobra (or atlas) butterfly in all its glory

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#7. The giant Tasmanian crayfish is the largest freshwater invertebrate in the world.

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#8. An image that speaks for itself: nature can sometimes create settings that are breathtaking to say the least. Here we are in Utah

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#9. A Norwegian mountain in all its majesty

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#10. The colors and trunk of this tree in California: simply spectacular!

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#11. A huge (and scary!) Sawfish swimming at water level

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#12. Water lilies with leaves big enough to contain people!

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#13. A sleeping humpback whale in all its enormous stature

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#14. A black alligator next to an albino individual: two opposites in comparison!

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#15. A spectacular blue fungus growing on a dead branch

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#16. This fascinating black frog, Anotheca spinosa, seems almost covered in metal

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#17. Hyperion, the tallest tree in the world: a 600-year-old redwood tree, 115.6 meters high, whose exact position has not been revealed to prevent damage.

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#18. The unique phenomenon that the treetops do not touch

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Have you ever seen natural phenomena as fascinating and incredible as these, or encountered such special creatures?

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