When you travel the country, you will be amazed at how colorful the world is, with colorful street art and pastel paintings. But it is no exaggeration to say that nature is truly a unique and beautiful image, surpassing such beauty. This article is about some of the most beautiful things that nature can do to the earth, thanks to bioluminescence , or to the annual migration patterns of animals.

  1. Shiny squid in Toyama Bay (Japan)
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Between March and June, around 3 o’clock in the morning, Japan’s Toyama Bay begins to shine brightly, showing thousands of tiny light bulbs. But this beautiful scenery is not caused by light bulbs, but by the thousands of squid that gather in the bay. Typically, deep-sea squid come to shore in the late spring to search for small fish to feed on. But some Zoologists believe that the squid come to the coast to breed and lay eggs in the Gulf of Toyama .

2. Tanya Cristales (Colombia)

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In Spanish, the word “CAÑO CRISTALES” means crystal canal . For most of the year, it looks like a gravel and clear stream with green water, but Colombia’s crystal canal fills many colors in the short time between the rainy season and the dry season. The reason is that Macarenia clavigera Herbs , which resides at the bottom of the river, turns bright red, yellow, and light blue. This stunning view is usually seen from September to November.

3. Flowering Desert (Chile)

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It was astonishing to hear that Atacama driest desert the world’s driest desert, is blooming flowers. But the the desert for about five years, creating a natural phenomenon called the ‘desierto florido’ .From it Over 200 varieties of flowers were found in the Atakama Desert last year. The most common occurrence is during the rainy season from September to November.

4. synchronous fireflies (America United States)

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synchronous fireflies in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA, hold a bright light each year as a ritual step in their breeding process. These light shows last about two weeks, usually in late May or mid-June. The synchronous fireflies is often greenish-yellow, but occasionally blue-colored.These colors are said to be useful for both boys and girls to identify their spouse.

5. Monarch Butterfly Tournament (Mexico)

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Often, the temporary shelter of a Monarch butterfly is a well-grown eucalyptus tree. Surprisingly, the Monarch Butterflies, which travel 3,000 miles to Mexico every year, choose the same tree for winter sleep. Zoologists also point out that the abundance of food for caterpillars in hot areas is the reason for the monarch butterfly’s the journey.

The picture on the cover : © Hiroki Ishikuro

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