Wonderful About Nature Around Us

1. The amazing party of ants

From  @dzulfikri72

2. Chasing sunsets in Norway, at Hidden spot close to Trolltunga, Norway

Located 17 kilometers from the city of Odda in Western Norway. Trolltunga is one of the best hikes to do in Norway. The route is very challenging, starts in Skjeggedal and goes through the high mountains, takes 10-12 hours (27,5 kilometers / 17 miles in total to Trolltunga and return) and the ascent is about 1,000 meters (3,280 feet).

From @eliasandkajsa

3. Look how strong they are

From  @dzulfikri72

4. Couple ants lifting fruit together

From @dzulfikri72

5. Angel Falls, the world's highest waterfall in Venezuela

Nestled in the Guiana Highlands in southeastern Venezuela, Salto del Ángel translated from Spanish (Angel Falls) is the world's tallest uninterrupted waterfall, with a height of 979 metres and a plunge of 807 m. The waterfall drops over the edge of the Auyán-tepui mountain in the Canaima National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Gran Sabana region of Bolívar State

From @doslocosdeviaje

6. How amazing ants are, they are support each other

From @dzulfikri72

7. Watercolor glass beach in Russia, in Ussuri Bay

Ussuri Bay wasn’t always filled with bead-like, rainbow glass. Located near a porcelain factory, the beach was often used to dispose of unwanted glass… And over the years, nature has polished the glass into colourful “pebbles”

From @daria_bild

8. Fruits lifting super ants, at Indonesia

From @dzulfikri72

9. A bog is formed when a lake slowly fills with plant debris. Sphagnum moss, at Elverum, Norway

Sphagnum moss, as well as other plants, grow out from the lake's edge. The vegetation eventually covers the lake's entire surface. Bogs can also form when the sphagnum moss covers dry land and prevents precipitation from evaporating

From @tdm_david

10. A fairytale from Senja, Norway 🇳🇴 Norway's second largest island, located far above the Arctic Circle

Visitors are greeted by an awe-inspiring mix of sea, mountains, beaches, fishing villages and inland areas, all within a few hours drive. The Oceanside of the island as you can see in this footage is precipitous with sculptural rocks and colourful fishing villages in sheltered coves. The inland is filled with mountains, lakes and forests, and the mainland-facing coast sports unexpectedly green fields. Go kayaking and hiking in the midnight sun, or skiing and dog sledding under the northern lights. Or simply kick back and enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery Norway has to offer

From @iverp

11. Yay or Nay? This swing set at the top of Mount Kronplatz, Dolomites, Italy

at a dizzying 2275 m above sea-level is an absolute must for you adrenaline junkies out there. Find out what it's like to be hoisted up to a height of 15 m by a cable winch and hurtled through the air attached only to a couple of steel ropes. Once you're up there, all you have to do is unclick the fastening and off you go: dashing out into the open sky!

From @lumadeline

12. Concert lovers vs a nature lover. Who comes to mind when you see this video? At Norway

From @jonatanhiisaanestad

13. This mini pig is faster than lightning

From @daisy.thepig

14. This is what we called, teamwork

From @dzulfikri72

15. A little Nina Simone to get you going. Amazing skill

From @andre_magarao vs @tjhskims

16. Flying around the cloud, how amazing is this upside down view?

From @loghryloch

17. Lady beetle taking off in slow-mo

From @legendaryshots

18. Moon chasing in Santa Catarina, Brazil

Van life is a social movement of nomadic individuals who reject the way we are all “told” to live in favor of minimalism, simplicity, adventure, and reassessing what is truly meaningful in life. Commonly associated with willy-nilly travel and glamorous images on social media, but the reality of this lifestyle is often far different than it is portrayed

From @lavida_puravida

19. The largest animal on earth and its tiny cetacean cousin, at Sea of Cortés, California

From @snotbot

20. Saltwater croc in Broome, Australia

Saltwater crocs, or "salties," as Australians refer to them, have an enormous range, populating the brackish and freshwater regions of eastern India, Southeast Asia, and northern Australia. They are excellent swimmers and have often been spotted far out at sea. Earth’s largest living crocodilian—and, some say, the animal most likely to eat a human—is the saltwater or estuarine crocodile. Average-size males reach 5 meters and 500 kilos, but specimens 7 meters long and weighing 1 ton pounds are not uncommon

From @from.miles.away

21. Look how amazing this ant is

From @dzulfikri72

22. When you find a bear in your car... He can bearly drive, at North Carolina

From @fourlittlelearys

23. Hippos are cute but also very vicious in the wild. They’re known for killing crocodiles

In the unpredictable African wilderness, hippos face many perils, such as disease and drought. A full-grown adult doesn't have much in the way of natural predators. Crocodiles, lions, hyenas, and leopards are all potential threats while growing up—but the most dangerous thing to a young hippo is another hippo

From  @_carolcvc

24. That’s a turtle you don’t wanna mess with

The alligator snapping turtle is given its common name because of its immensely powerful jaws and distinct ridges on its shell that are similar in appearance to the rough, ridged skin of an alligator. It is also slightly less commonly known as "the loggerhead snapper" (not to be confused with the loggerhead sea turtle or loggerhead musk turtle)

From @thereptilezoo

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