These Things Look So Unreal That There Existence Is Beyond Your Belief!!

What is reality? It is something or anything which has existence in real sense than in our so-called imagination. But there is one thing in life that it always has something or the other in its store to leave you spellbound and amazed. Interestingly, we are yet to discover many cool things about the world which can give a tingle in our heart as well as a question in mind;  OMG!! Like seriously?? Is it true!! So, folks tighten up your seat belts as we are about to explore and experience some unreal and astonishing things which exists in this world:
1. THE HANGING HUT

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Beware!! Not for Vertigo sufferers. This place might turn out to be an extremely horrendous affair for the Vertigo sufferers but even an exhilarating person can get intimated to get under this roof which is hanging over the edge of a cliff at a height of 7,000 ft drop in the Swiss Alps. At a particular point of time, only one person can reside in this hanging hut.
P.S: For all the Indian’s who had a stomach aching laughter on the climax scene of the film Welcome (2007), if that many people are found in this hut simultaneously then they will book a direct ticket to death.
2. SHIMMERING SHORES OF VADHOO MALDIVES
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This is not Photo shopped folks rather a delightful place which exists on our very own planet. One of the most mesmerizing and mind-boggling sights of the world, the Shimmering shores of Vadhoo Maldives are a result of marine microbes called phytoplankton which are bioluminescent and emanate the blue glow on the water. They reflect the dazzling stars of the night sky on the ground in the form of this shining water.
3. THE CATATUMBO LIGHTING
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There are certain occurrences in the world which can give you goose bumps and the Catatumbo lighting which takes place in Venezuela is certainly one of them. The Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela turns into the most electric place of the world when this atmospheric phenomenon occurs. It initiates from the accumulation of storm clouds at a height of more than 5 km, and takes place during 140 to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per day and up to 280 times per hour. It is also epitomized as the world’s largest single generator of tropospheric ozone.
4. THE PINK LAKE
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Have you ever heard of a lake changing its colours?  You must be wondering is it a Chameleon that it will change its colours. But mind you friends, the Pink lake which is situated in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia is a salt lake whose water changes its colour due to the presence of green alga Dunaliella salina, halobacterium Halobacteria cutirubrum, and high concentration of brine prawn.
5. THE DOOR TO HELL
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Oh man! This is something nerve-wracking and would send a chill down your spine. The door to hell is a natural gas field which is situated in Derweze, Turkmenistan. It is said that in 1971, the door to hell had collapsed into an underground cavern after which it turned into a natural gas crater. In order to nullify the spread of methane gas, the Geologists had set it in on fire and since that time it has been burning incessantly.
6  AN AURORA
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Alaskan firebird aurora. (Caters News/CJ Kale)
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WOW!! It’s damn beautiful and I think that travelers would be ready to go to any extent to get a view of this superb spectacle. Fondly referred to as the most magnificent light show of the nature, an Aurora is a one heck of a sight which is prevailing in the world. It is mainly witnessed in the high latitude Arctic and Antarctic regions in the form of an awe-striking natural light display in the sky. Also referred to as a Polar light, an Aurora emits light of varying colours and complexities.
7. THE REFLECTIVE SALT FLATS
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Someone has very rightly said that both hell and heaven are existing right here on earth. But right now, we are talking about this heavenly place on earth, Salar de Uyuni which is also the world’s largest salt flat. This wonderful place is located in southwest Bolivia. It is also referred to as the largest mirror in the world. It’s a dream-like place where the ground seems to be a reflection of the sky and both appear to be merging into one and thereby giving an image of a captivating landscape. The very thought of walking on this mirrored wonderland must be on the wish list of many people before they die.
8. BLOBFISH
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One of the most distinctive looking sea creatures, Blobfish’s structure is a one of its kind. It has a jelly-like structure and lacks skeletons or real muscles. It is generally found in the coasts of mainland Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. Unlike other sea creatures, Blobfish do not possess swim bladders which helps them to hover in the water at different levels. In 2013, they were voted as the world’s ugliest animal.
9. THE ICE HOTEL
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OMG!! I think this is the coolest hotel of the world both on style quotient as well as temperature level. An Ice hotel is a transitory kind of hotel which is made up of snow and sculpted blocks of ice. It’s reliant upon sub-freezing temperatures during construction as well as operation. The world’s first ice hotel was constructed in 1989 by French artist; Jannot Derid in Sweden. Ice hotels are found in Romania, Switzerland, Norway, Japan, Canada, Finland and Sweden.
10. THE TARDIGRADE
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Also referred to as water bears or moss piglets, the Tardigrades are 0.5 mm creatures who can survive from anything to almost everything in this world. They can withstand the following: any temperature, dehydration for 10 years, extreme pressures, radiation and even deadly levels of UV radiation in space. They are said to be the longest surviving living organisms in the world who came to earth even before the humans and might turn out to be nature’s last living organisms as well.
11. THE WAITOMO GLOWWORM CAVES
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One of the most beautiful countries of the world, New Zealand continues to amaze us. The Waitomo Glowworm Caves is a sheer gift of the Mother Nature and is a sure shot place to visit if you have entered the territory of New Zealand. The Glowworms Arachnocampa luminosa are found in abundance in this cave. These tiny creatures emit their luminescent lights and make this cave a surreal sight. The spectacle of a boat ride under these thousands of Glowworms is tempting enough for any traveler to pack their bags and head towards Otorohanga, New Zealand.