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These Pictures Show Why Nature Should Always Be Treasured

 The wonders of nature never cease to amaze us. You may have seen countless beautiful nature pictures in the past or even experienced nature in its purest form in person, but it’s still never enough, is it? That’s the magic of nature. It keeps mesmerizing us with its raw beauty and endless marvels. From spectacular sceneries to wonderful animals, these pictures show why we need to treasure nature always!

1. Wow! Have you ever seen succulents flourish so beautifully?

Nature is Amazing, succulents
Image source: Acid Cow

2. The way this ice has formed looks like a tiny forest.

Nature is Amazing, tiny forest.
Image source: Acid Cow

3. That's a tree growing on the branch of another tree!

Nature is Amazing, tree
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4. This is what happens when a ball is left in the garden overnight during peak winter. 

Nature is Amazing, ball
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5. Lenticular clouds (lens-shaped orographic wave clouds) over the Egyptian pyramids...

Nature is Amazing, Lenticular clouds
Image source: Acid Cow

6. The sun's rays make their way through this beautiful cave in Japan. 

Nature is Amazing, cave in Japan
Image source: Acid Cow

7. Do you know what these odd formations are? These are footsteps left in fresh snow after 50 mph winds.

Nature is Amazing, snow
Image source: Acid Cow

8. It almost appears as if Antarctica has a gateway to another world...

Nature is Amazing, Antarctica
Image source: Acid Cow

9. The Arkansas Ozarks in the US is amazingly picturesque!

Nature is Amazing, Arkansas Ozarks
Image source: Acid Cow

10. Wildlife photographer Franco Banfi found this curious polar bear trying to climb the deck of his boat in Norway. 

Nature is Amazing,  polar bear
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11. A young orphaned elephant and his keeper in Kenya.

Nature is Amazing, orphaned elephant and his keeper
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12. An incredible supercell (a severe thunderstorm with updrafts and downdrafts) over Wyoming.

Nature is Amazing, supercell 
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13. The Aurora Borealis above Shetland, UK. Looks unreal, doesn't it? 

Nature is Amazing, Aurora Borealis
Image source: Acid Cow

14. The Mandarin duck (native to eastern Siberia, Japan, China, and North Korea) seems to have been painted in vivid colors by nature.

Nature is Amazing, Mandarin duck
Image source: Acid Cow

15. The spectacular multi-colored Zhangye National Geopark is located in China. 

Nature is Amazing, Zhangye National Geopark
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16. The Northern Lights look so mesmerizing in Alaska...

Nature is Amazing, Northern Lights
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17. A rare dual-gender butterfly with one-half male and the other female. It's a phenomenon called bilateral gynandromorphism.

Nature is Amazing, a dual-gender butterfly
Image source: Acid Cow

18. The "sailing stones" of Death Valley in the US have mystified people for years. After all, how are these rocks able to slide without any apparent force? Apparently, the weather conditions in this region allow ice to build underneath the rocks at an angle, causing them to slide.

Nature is Amazing, sailing stones" of Death Valley
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19. Jonathan the tortoise in the year 1886 and today. At around 187 years old, he's now the oldest-known animal in the world and is spending his days relaxing on the remote island of St. Helena in the South Atlantic.

Nature is Amazing, Jonathan the tortoise
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20. The Gaur (Indian bison) is the largest wild bovid alive today. This impressive and strapping animal weighs up to 1,500 kg (3,300 lb). It is capable enough to fight off large predators, including tigers, and can even kill them in self-defense.

Nature is Amazing, Indian bison
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