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Catatumbo Lightning - At the point where the Catatumbo River meets Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela, a constant lightning storm illuminates the sky for around 10 hours a night, for almost half the nights out of the year.

Venezuelan poodle moth - first discovered and photographed in 2009 and believed to be a new species. It's thought to belong to the lepidopteran genus Artace. | via I Fucking Love Science

Blue-and-gold Macaw

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) at Jurong Bird Park. I LOVE the colours of the bird and the sharpness of the image emphasises it's elegance.

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Angel Falls, Venezuela Dragon Falls are part of the Angel Falls located in Venezuela. This Venezuela watterfals are biggest in the world with height of little above 3,200 ft. Waterfalls drops from the edge of Auyantepui mountain in the Canaima National Park. Whole region is under UNESCO World Heritage More

Está espectacular la blusa me encanta su cabello aunque soy de Venezuela me fasina su estilo

7 Most Mysterious Places on Earth

3. Mt. Roraima (Brazil) The mountain lies on the border of three countries viz. Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela. One thing that makes this mountain strange is its shape. What makes it weirder are the clouds and the fauna around the mountain peak. The peak of the mountain is considered as one of the oldest geological formations in the world. The plateau is believed to be formed by water and winds. But there is no explanation for why some of these species cannot be found anywhere else in the…