The Catatumbo Lightning (Relámpago del Catatumbo) is a fascinating natural phenomenon located on the mouth of the Catatumbo river in Venezuela. It is a cloud-to-cloud lightning that forms a voltage arc more than five kilometer high during 140 to 160 nights a year, 10 hours a night, and as many as 280 times an hour. With its cloud-to-cloud discharge intensity and great frequency, it is considered the greatest single generator of ozone in the planet and some local environmentalists hope to put the area under the protection of UNESCO.
The Mysterious Catatumbo Lightning
These tree climbing goats can be found in Morocco. They only climb these specific trees to eat argan fruit which is like an olive. Farmers often follow these herds of goats to collect nuts which they spit out and make argan oil out of them. Argan oil is used in cooking and cosmetics.
Freaky Tree Climbing Goats
This weird restaurant called Marton Theme Restaurant is located in Taiwan. It has a toilet theme with colorful toilet seats as dining chairs. The restaurant is named after the Chinese word "Matong" for toilet and is doing really well. Most of their customers think the restaurant's disgusting theme makes the dining experience really fun.
Freaky Toilet Restaurant
Strange Two-Headed Turtle