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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Here are 17 of the most unbelievable and craziest photos ever taken like the rare corpse flower and incredible albino animals. Subscribe to Talltanic 9. Blood Falls What you see here are known as “blood falls,” which were discovered in 1911 by Australian geologist Griffith Taylor. This rare appearance resembles red blood leaking out of a crack in a sheet of solid glacier in Antarctica, but it is actually an outflow of iron oxide mixed with saltwater, which produces this chemical distortion of red color. Most people will never get a glimpse of this shocking phenomena, since most people don’t take trips to the ice-cold climates of the world’s southern hemisphere. 8. Lenticular Clouds This is a rare image of an incredible lenticular cloud formation hovering over Mount Fuji in Japan. These types of clouds are distinguishable by their lens-shaped patterns that form in the troposphere. Many people mistake these mesmerizing clouds as ufos hovering over towns or mountains. 7. Solar Eclipse Solar eclipses are some of the most unique and incredible spectacles to witness in nature. A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, blocking out the sunlight and shrouding the world in darkness. In ancient times, people attributed supernatural causes to solar eclipses and regarded them as bad omens. Now that their scientific explanation makes our understanding clear, they are now just a beautiful sight to see. 6. Struck by Lightning While getting struck by lightning here on Earth is quite rare, getting struck while flying a plane happens a little more frequently. While planes, on average, get struck by lightning at least once a year, it is quite rare to snap a photo of it happening in real time. […]


  • James Henry 2 years ago

    First he says "science can better explain" then proceeds by saying "Maybe". I hate it when they say "here is the PROOF" and starts off with "Maybe"? I'm not starting a religious statement here. Wish people could just say what they mean. By the way. About the falls of animals and such ( and I can't explain it either), but, It's a pretty selective waterspout or tornado that picks up only one or two species to rain down. Out of hundreds of species in any given area.

  • CakePop 2 years ago

    No. 1 My great uncle fought in world war 2 as a Bomber and game back without a scratch… he was in the news paper ;0;

  • Cella CelynCellia 2 years ago

    in English solar eclipse in Indonesia gerhana matahari

  • Muslim HERE 2 years ago

    I got an idiot,
    I got these photos
    This Video

  • TheVikingSkater 2 years ago

    You don't actually have a picture of fish falling from the sky, "why you always lying" Talltanic, also Aurora Borealis is a WELL KNOWN phenomenon…

  • the corbin show 2 years ago

    I'm taking photos of the brightest supermoon in 68 years us that rare hmmmm

  • alexa penn 2 years ago

    The peacock is not an albino peacock. It is a leucistic peacock. You can tell the difference because an albino animal has pink eyes and a leucistic animal and dark eyes. There are also melanistic animals in nature who they are born all black. There are melanistic poultry, deer and cats, etc. Another genetic different coloration is called piebald where there are black and white splotches. Thus the Appaloosa is an American horse breed best known for its colorful spotted black and white coat pattern. The alligator you showed had pink eyes – a real albino. . . Aren't you glad you know this now? LOL

  • rachael smith 2 years ago

    There's no actual photo for 15, so the title of this makes no sense

  • Lucien Karst 2 years ago

    that plane was a peacemaker

  • Lucien Karst 2 years ago

    9 out of 10 of this is fake

  • Gr8CanadianMom 2 years ago

    Sorry, You're wrong, we see the aurora borealis all the time in Canada.

  • john smith 2 years ago

    There was nothing there that I didn't believe existed.

  • Aroosa Sohail 2 years ago

    I know all about the blood fall

  • Roasted 2 years ago

    Ive seen an solar eclipse before about 2 times! So its not that rare in my opinion

  • Miss Kawaii 2 years ago

    OMG.. Love the Auroras one…

  • Zerebrat Eightyseven 2 years ago

    nr 2 creeps me out

  • monica stephenson 2 years ago

    THey have an Albino crocodile at a zoo my family goes to, it's called a saltwater croc there tho

  • monica stephenson 2 years ago

    I had a dream my family washed up on some African beach, but we were right next to a cave so we were going to look for diamonds.

  • Sarah Inchi 2 years ago

    I've seen a solar eclipse before and apparently it happens I think after 100 or 1000 years. it's very rare

  • Jacek garigen 2 years ago

    The corpse flower is the biggest flower in the world. Grown in the rainforest only.

  • lagaman11 2 years ago

    "SPOILER ALERT"! Please do not read any further if you have not seen the movie, "TRACKS", yet! I just watched this movie last night. I never knew it existed until I found it on NETFLIX and thought it looked interesting. WOW! What a treat! I was, and still am, blown away. I had never heard of Robyn Davidson, never knew her story. Hell, I never knew there were camels in Australia! As the movie played out, I realized that this was not a fiction piece imagined from the mind of some brilliant writers, this was an actual true story!!! So well written, the cinematography was so beautiful (I could have watched the entire movie on mute and loved it), and the acting (even by the supporting cast) was so good as to make you feel like a peeping tom, rather than a very lucky audience member. I was moved to tears at the end. For some reason, those photos of Robyn's actual adventures at the end of the movie- well, they really got to me. They somehow pushed home the reality that this was her true adventure, and she did it, she really made it happen. I am ordering the book today, and I can not wait to get lost in it's pages.

  • Dione. C. 2 years ago

    What a creepy dickhead! Taking pics. of a woman without knowing her and without asking. Stupid American.

  • Hansi Stein 2 years ago

    I read Tracks many years ago, and think that Rick's imposition on Robyn's trip changed the whole nature of the thing, and not positively. It's like Civilization feeding off a private experience, capitalizing on anything 'interesting' or "unique,' and they made a friggin film about it, made money off it, all because a private individual wanted to do something for her own reasons. Is nothing sacred? I often wonder what Davidson thinks about the whole experience today….

  • Hansi Stein 2 years ago

    Robyn's journey across the Gibson says more about us as a civilization than it does about her or her challenging trip. We are nuts!!

  • Fun Faws 2 years ago

    Kay loren!

  • Sahil Abbas Khan 2 years ago

    Mind Blowing

  • K Schallert 2 years ago

    What a wonderful story. Robin is an amazing g and brave, and very interesting human.

  • Mar Cas 2 years ago

    Es un inspiration, toca tus centimientos. .

  • Darlene Ferree 2 years ago

    robyn sounds rude!

  • Elen White 2 years ago


  • Marcela Casas 2 years ago

    Esta mujer me inspira, preciosa historia.

  • chena3 2 years ago

    be your dream…

  • Husnain Anwaar 2 years ago

    this was beautiful 

  • reynery777 2 years ago

    She has more balls than I do. I hike a lot in the woods but not alone.

  • Skeptre UK 2 years ago

    Great story and well delivered, thanks for your work.

  • gayle watkins 2 years ago

    whooohooooo…can't wait to see this movie….i'm soooo sick of all the fantasy,science fiction..give me the real anytime!…

  • Faizul 2 years ago

    Very inspiring!

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