Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth

Earth is beautiful and it has blessed the people with wide range of flora as well as fauna. Strangely there are lot many geological discoveries that are made on regular basis. Probably the list is uncountable yet only few of the extraordinary geological formations on this earth have been listed – Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Island, Mono Lake in California, the White Desert in Egypt, the Devils Tower in Wyoming, Gibson Steps in the Great Ocean Road in Australia and Crystals Cave in Naico in Mexico, Chocolate Hills in Philippines, Skaftafell in Iceland and Yellowstone in Wyoming. via: list25

1. Briksdals Glacier – Briksdalsbreen, Norway

Briksdals Glacier - Briksdalsbreen

2. The Devils Tower – Wyoming

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, The Devils Tower – Wyoming

3. Door To Hell | Derweze, Turkmenistan

Derweze - Turkmenistan

4. Fingal’s Cave – Scotland

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Fingal’s Cave – Scotland

 5. Yellowstone – Wyoming

Grand Prismatic Spring - Wyoming

6. Richat Structure – Mauritania

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Richat Structure – Mauritania

7. Pancake Rocks and Blowholes – New Zealand

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Pancake Rocks and Blowholes – New Zealand

8. World of Ice Giants – Austria

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, World of Ice Giants – Austria

9. Babele – Romania

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Babele – Romania

10. The Wave – Arizona

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, The Wave – Arizona

11. Puerto Princesa Underground River – Philippines

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Puerto Princesa Underground River – Philippines

12. Skaftafell – Iceland

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Skaftafell – Iceland

13. The Jeita Grotto – Lebanon

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, The Jeita Grotto – Lebanon

14. Fairy Chimneys – Turkey

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Fairy Chimneys – Turkey

15. Socotra Island – Yemen

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Socotra Island – Yemen

16. Gibson Steps (The Twelve Apostles) – Great Ocean Road, Australia

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Gibson Steps (The Twelve Apostles) – Great Ocean Road, Australia

17. Cave of the Crystals – Naica, Mexico

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Cave of the Crystals – Naica, Mexico

18. Chocolate Hills – Philippines

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Chocolate Hills – Philippines

19. Salar de Uyuni – Bolivia

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Salar de Uyuni – Bolivia

20. Tianzi Mountains, China

Tianzi Mountains, China

21. Stone Forest – China

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Stone Forest – China

22. Mono Lake – California

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Mono Lake – California

23. Reed Flute Cave – Guangxi Province, China

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Reed Flute Cave – Guangxi Province, China

24. The Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, The Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland

Giant’s Causeway,

25. White Desert – Egypt

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, White Desert – Egypt

26. Moeraki Boulders – New Zealand

Weirdest Geological Structures On Earth, Moeraki Boulders – New Zealand

 

27. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

Top Places In United States To Visit, 12. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

28. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, United States

Top Places In United States To Visit, 2. Antelope Canyon, Arizona 1

29. Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

Top Places In United States To Visit, 1. Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

30. Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park – China

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31. Kannesteinen, Norway

Kannesteinen, Norway

Image credit: David Helan

32. Blyde River, Canyon – South AfricaBlyde River, Canyon – South Africa

Image credit: Thomas Spruenken

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