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Witness the Catatumbo everlasting lightning storm. This is, apparently, the single biggest generator of tropospheric ozone in the world. This phenomenon occurs in Venezuela and lasts 180 Days A Year, 10 Hours a night, in the same place. This is ‘Relámpago del Catatumbo’ in a corner of north western Venezuela – otherwise known as ‘the everlasting storm’. The unique atmospheric phenomenon generates an estimated 1.2m lightning strikes a year and is visible from almost 250 miles away. Storm clouds gather in the same spot five-miles above Lake Maracaibo up to 160 nights per year, lasting for about 10 hours at a time. There are several theories to explain the continuous storms including high winds which sweep across the lake forming clouds when they meet the Andean mountains. Others link it to the boggy marshes releasing methane gas. Either way it has become a proud symbol for the people of Venezuela and is referenced in the epic poem ‘La Dragontea’ by Lope de Vega. It is also credited