The Strangest Things That You Will Find In Nature

Victoria Amazonica

The nature is as weird as the wonder it is. Yes, it is true. Nature can be very weird. Our planet has never failed to surprise us with its strange but amazing discoveries. Just when we think we have figured out everything on the planet, it comes with something else which needs to be figured out. It is needed to for us to solve the mysteries that nature has in store for us. It might be weird but it can also be wondrous at the same time. So let us know about a few things in nature which are very strange:

The Lyrebird

The Lyrebird
The Lyrebird

This bird is a native to Australia. It is a natural mimic who can generate virtually any sound which it hears. This bird can mimic the sounds of the children’s toys, chainsaws and the calls of the other animals which are present in nature.

Victoria Amazonica

Victoria Amazonica
Victoria Amazonica

This is a species of a flowering plant which is the largest of the Nymphaeaceae family of water lilies. This is so big that it can even hold the weight of your kid.

Danxia Landforms

Danxia Landforms
Danxia Landforms

It is located in the Zhangye city of the Gansu province. It has a very unusual shape and it is full of gorgeous colours. It is one of those miracles of nature which keeps people stunned. It is one of the largest landforms with richest landscape modelling.

The Elvis Presley Shield Bug

The Elvis Presley Shield Bug
The Elvis Presley Shield Bug

The markings on the back of this bug highly resemble human eyes, nose and a mouth and pompadour hairdo. Interestingly the back of this bug have spots which make it look like Elvis Presley. Hence the name.

Bioluminescent Waves

Bioluminescent Waves
Bioluminescent Waves

Vaadhoo island in Maldives witness this gorgeous sight of the waves. This is because it has the higher concentration of phytoplankton that provides these waves with its beautiful glow.

karen Swicks

Karen covers all things animals here at WNL. Previously, Karen was a House leadership reporter for Roll Call, and a legislative action reporter for CQ. When Karen isnt busy wriing about the odd world of animals, she can usually be found on her hobby farm in North Eastern Ontario..

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