Our world is full of wonders and sights to see but some things are so rare that only a few people have ever seen them. Here are some rare things you may never get the opportunity to see in person.
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Be Amazed at these Rare Things You’d Be Lucky To See Once In Your Life! Our world is full of wonders and sights to see but some things are so rare that only a few people have ever seen them. Here are some rare things you may never get the opportunity to see in person no matter how hard you try.
This isn't what you think it is. It’s not a rock, and it’s not a giant dinosaur turd either. This is the world’s largest termite mound located on the Plenty Highway between Boulia and Alice Springs in Australia.
Australia has some other unusual things to find as well. Check out these caterpillars on parade. Hundreds of thousands of starlings were seen here migrating over Rome, Italy. Beneath the surface of our oceans lies even more phenomenal creatures. So rare that even the most experienced diver or oceanographer would be surprised to find them. Now here's the most amazing fish you've ever seen. Now to fish you'll find just above the surface. Yes, just above the surface. Lobsters, on the other hand, are a common sight as they can be found in many grocery stores around the world, not to mention at your favorite seafood restaurant.
Lobsters tend to have more color variation than any other animal, and although its commonly thought to be the result of their diet or a genetic mutation, no one really knows why for sure. The rarest thing you'll ever see in the ocean is Migaloo. Back on land, if you’re looking for a little snack here’s something to tide you over. Unless you’ve cracked open a meteorite or visited a specialty exhibit at a museum, you probably haven’t had the opportunity to see the inside of a space rock. Nature has a way of creating unique things that most people have never seen, like these snow rolls. Here’s something unusual and interesting that looks a little like a snowball. These are actually called okenite. Weather can be a great source of strange yet natural formations, much like the lemon-lime. Sometimes though, nature can give us something frightening.