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25 Scary Sights In Nature That Haunt People Long After They Had Seen Them

Scary Sights In Nature

Published on February 24th, 2021

According to Isaac Newton, “Nature is pleased with simplicity. And nature is no dummy.” There is always beauty in nature. But it can also be scary as well. Take a look at 25 scary sights in nature.

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The inside of a Gooses mouth from r/creepy

 

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Mama centipede protecting her babies from r/natureismetal

 

3.

This tree in Nebraska was struck by lightning and burning afterwards a day later from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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Carbonice from r/WTF

 

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Fireants create a floating island of themselves to ride out the Houston flooding from r/natureismetal

 

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Lizard growing another foot on it’s tail? from r/WTF

 

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Lightning struck this fishing rod from r/WTF

 

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Was about to show my kids that cicada shells aren’t gross and scary when…… from r/pics

 

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Saw this on Twitter 😧 > Cymothoa exigua is a type of parasite that enters fish’s gills, eats their tongue, and then replaces it. from r/natureismetal

 

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These reticulated pythons self-segregated themselves based on color just after hatching from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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Husks of dead flowers in my garden. Look like skulls/plague masks. from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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A beehive built around wind chimes at my friend’s house. from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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Hermit crab using a discarded doll head for a shell (x/post from r/wtf). from r/pics

 

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Lavafall from r/natureismetal

 

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My mussel contained a tiny half-eaten crab! from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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Ant on my porch carrying the head of his vanquished enemy 🔥 from r/NatureIsFuckingLit

 

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The Clathrus Archeri fungus resembles some pretty metal tentacles sprouting from an alien egg when it blooms. from r/natureismetal

 

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This gecko with three tails. from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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Currently renovating our floors. Seems everyone has come out of hiding. from r/WTF

 

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My cousin caught a lobster with double pinchers. Both claws work. from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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‘Smiiiittttttthhhhhers!’ from r/WTF

 

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There is a lot of bees on this chair from r/mildlyinteresting

 

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An abandoned hornet’s nest my dad found in his shed that he hadn’t been in for a couple years. The head is apart of a wooden statue it fused with. from r/pics

 

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This lava pit looks like it’s sucking the souls of the damned into hell. from r/interestingasfuck

 

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Antarctic worm species called Eulagisca Gigantean from r/WTF