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Natureza. Sem mais comentários. I want to see this as soon as I figure out where it is located! Is this really real?

Natureza. Sem mais comentários. I want to see this as soon as I figure out where it is located! Is this really real?

"Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, and one of the largest and deepest, containing around one-fifth of the world's freshwater. In winter, it freezes over, and these beautiful transparent, turquoise masses of broken ice appear momentarily in March, caused by the unequal structure, temperature and pressure in the main body of the packed ice."

"Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, and one of the largest and deepest, containing around one-fifth of the world's freshwater. In winter, it freezes over, and these beautiful transparent, turquoise masses of broken ice appear momentarily in March, caused by the unequal structure, temperature and pressure in the main body of the packed ice."

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down.  The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese)  Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down. The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese) Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Called “Mother Nature in Tears,” photographer Michael Nolan shot this amazing image while touring the largest icecap in Norway.

Called “Mother Nature in Tears,” photographer Michael Nolan shot this amazing image while touring the largest icecap in Norway.

Swarovski Kristallwelten - Wattens, Austria. This hides the entrance to the Swarovski Crystals HQ

Swarovski Kristallwelten - Wattens, Austria. This hides the entrance to the Swarovski Crystals HQ

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