The world’s most dangerous natural phenomena you must not ignore

Most Dangerous Natural Phenomena In The World
Top 1. A perfect example of how a natural phenomenon can be dangerous is the Florida man who was swallowed by sinkhole under his bedroom. Sinkholes most commonly occur when water, made acidic by contact with plants or carbon dioxide in the air, erodes soft rock such as limestone, gypsum or dolomite underground, forming a deep cavern. Here are some of the most jaw-dropping from around the world!
Top 2. Formed at the meeting of opposing currents, whirlpools are often much more ominous in fiction than in real life. The most powerful whirlpools, called maelstroms, are formed in narrow, shallow straits with fast flowing water or at the base of waterfalls, but the speed of the swirl rarely exceeds 20 mph. Don’t miss these ocean mysteries scientists still can’t explain.
Top 3. Some beaches around the world glow at night. This natural phenomenon is caused by phytoplankton in the water that gives off light when agitated by the movement of waves and currents. These microorganisms can be seen at beaches in the Maldives, Puerto Rico, the Everglades, and many more around the world. Check out these fascinating facts you never knew about oceans.
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