1. Brinicle Brinicles are the underwater equivalent of icicles. They form beneath ice when a flow of saline water is introduced to ocean water. 2. Volcanic Lightning Volcanic plumes produce immense amounts of electrical charge and static. In rare cases, this can spark a violent lightning storm. 3. Sprites, Elves and Blue Jets These colorful […]

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