Fish Rain. The Most Unbelievable Types of Rain on the Planet

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Precipitation is a phenomenon familiar to all of us, no matter where we live. In some places of the world, people see rain or snow almost every day.
And some people live in places where rainfalls are extremely rare. In any case, scientists have calculated that globally averaged annual precipitation is 990 millimeters. Deserts and high latitudes receive 25% less precipitation than other places. But have you ever thought that water, ice and snow are not all the things that could fall from the sky? You certainly have if you are watching this video. Today, we will show you the strangest things that have ever fallen from the sky instead of the usual snow or rain.

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