Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Surreal And Weird Events That Happen On Earth.

#6. Spotted Lake in Canada is unlike most other lakes and many consider it a magical spot to visit.

The keyword here is spot given that the lake seems to be full of spots. But this interesting pattern is caused by the fact that the lake contains saline endorheic alkali. Many believe that the lake has healing powers as well.

Spotted Lake in Canada is unlike most other lakes and many consider it a magical spot to visit.

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#7. No, the skies above Luce Bay in Wigtownshire, Scotland, aren’t being invaded by UFOs.

This is a close-up of a couple of lenticular clouds. They’re often mistaken for UFOs because of their disc shape. These types of clouds are absolutely amazing, especially when a sunset makes it seem like those flying saucers are burning their way into the atmosphere.

No, the skies above Luce Bay in Wigtownshire, Scotland, aren’t being invaded by UFOs.

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#8. You’d swear that a portal into another dimension just opened up above this house, but you’d be wrong.

It’s known as a hole punch cloud or a fallstreak hole, which appear in continuous clouds. This humongous gap is formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below the freezing level, but the water, has not frozen over yet.

#9. It might look like a scene taken from “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” but this lava is totally real!

If you’re wondering why it looks so funky, it’s because that’s what lava looks like when it comes into contact with the ocean, which in this case, it did. Who knew something like this could look beautiful and terrifying at the same time?

#10. At Cardiff Pipes Beach in Encinitas, California, you’ll enjoy a great beach, and oh yeah, a white rainbow.

Most rainbows come in all sorts of colors like a bag of Skittles. But this particular rainbow happened to be white. We’re guessing that calling it a rainbow would be inappropriate. It looks more like a fog bow.

At Cardiff Pipes Beach in Encinitas, California, you’ll enjoy a great beach, and oh yeah, a white rainbow.

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