Damn Nature U Scary of the Day

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: Extreme storm chaser Reed Timmer captured this rather ridiculous shot of a tornado touching down east of Tipton, Oklahoma.

No injuries were reported, but several structures, including an Oklahoma State University extension field office, wer

Damn Nature U Scary of the Day

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: Chile’s Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcano complex spews a scary cloud of ash and lightning during a June eruption that disrupted air travel throughout the region.

Ricardo Mohr was picked to appear in National Geographic's "Pictures We Love: Best of October."

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: A 16-foot-long Burmese python was recently caught and killed in the Florida Everglades.

When officials opened the snake's belly they found a second surprise: The python had just consumed a 76-pound adult deer.

"This is clearly an extreme event," Everglades National Park python specialist Skip Snow

Lights Out

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Lights Out: Vampire moths are now a thing. Sleep tight.

[devour.]

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: Next time you spot a beetle and someone says "so what it's just a harmless beetle" show them this video and then run screaming into the night forever.

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Well This Is Something You Don't See Every Day of the Day

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Well This Is Something You Don't See Every Day of the Day: Dozens of locals and expert hunters were involved in a three-week effort to ensnare a 21-foot, 2,370-pound SyFy-esque ultra-croc in the Philippine town of Bunawan.

"We were nervous but it's our duty to deal with a threat to the villagers," Mayor Edwin Cox Elorde told the Associate

Damn Nature U Scary of the Day

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: A photo of a lightning bolt striking the Eiffel Tower snapped by amateur photographer Bertrand Kulik was taken during a summer storm last year but is gaining new-found attention today after being chosen to appear in an exhibition at Issy L’eveque in Burgundy.

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