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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The strangest seas in the world

island of Mauritius
The magic of creation always makes people surprised, between the vast ocean and the immense water, there are still extremely unique fairy scenes.

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 Eleuthera Island
Eleuthera is the island with two famous contrasting colors of the Bahamas. The water of the Caribbean Sea is bright blue, full of poetic, while the Atlantic Ocean is inclined to the unique dark blue.
 Eleuthera Island
This contrast stems from the fact that the two streams of water were bisected by a natural stone bridge connecting North and South of Eleuthera Island. Standing on this island, visitors will surely experience the beauty of one of the most unique seas in the world.
meeting point of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea
The two non-unified lines of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea - Denmark / Sweden are also places that make visitors very curious.
meeting point of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea
Coming to Denmark's Skagan resort, you will witness a unique phenomenon of nature at the meeting point of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The two currents of the sea could not be unified because of the opposite tide and different water densities.
Horizontal Waterfall
Located in Talbot Bay in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, Horizontal Waterfall is a unique wonder. Despite being called a waterfall, in fact, Horizontal was formed after the sea forced to flow through the narrow ravines of the McLarty Range. The McLarty Range has two canyons that run parallel about 300 meters apart.
Horizontal waterfall
Especially, when the tidal current is up and down, the direction of the Horizontal waterfall is reversed, creating huge swirling water extremely spectacular.
island of Mauritius
Coming to India, you will have the opportunity to visit the beautiful island of Mauritius. Here, viewed from above, visitors will feel like watching a waterfall right in the ocean.
island of Mauritius
Although scientists have shown that it is not a real waterfall but a phenomenon made up of sand and depression with water flowing out to sea, many people visit this beautiful island to be able to admire this unique "waterfall".
Great Blue Hole
Great Blue Hole is a deep underwater hole located on the coast of Belize. It has a width of 304m and a depth of 122m. Scientists say this natural flaw was formed during the ice age. Currently, this is the largest flaw in the world. Looking down from above, more and more feel the fanciful and magical beauty of this hole.

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