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From Blood Falls To Pink Lake: Unusual Natural Phenomena Around The World

Mother Nature never fails to surprise us with something extraordinary and unusual from time to time. Breathtaking beauty, cascading waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, and pristine blue rivers are a common sight. However, there will always be news about something completely different that will surely grab eyeballs.In this article I want us to read through a few usual natural phenomena around the globe.

4.Sky Mirror (Malaysia)

In Malaysia there's a beach known as Kuala Selangor Beach which is better known as “Mirror of the Sky “as the shallow waters of this “Secret Island” reflects the sky in all its going, thus creating many unique photography opportunities.The Island makes a perfect travel destination for your holiday, it is also a habitat for many marine agriculture. Twice a month, during the new moon and full moon period, tourists can see a clear reflection of the sky in the waters of Kuala Selangor Beach, Kuala Lumpur. This natural phenomena occurs because the tides are the lowest during these 2 days.

3.Turquoise Ice (Russia)

Located in Siberia, Lake Baikal is a natural wonder on Earth.Lake Baikal in Russia is a gem of a lake, quite literally in fact. It’s the oldest, deepest, clearest, and largest freshwater lake in the world.When the lake freezes during the winter, an amazing phenomena takes place: large shards of transparent ice form on the surface of the lake, giving the amazing appearance of turquoise ice when reflected by sunlight.

2.Blood Falls (Antarctica)

As the name suggests, Blood Falls is a waterfall which shoots blood-red water into a river. Previously, it was believed that red algae were causing the water to change its colour and turn blood-red. Though this hypothesis was never proved.Blood Falls is an outflow of an iron oxide-tainted plume of saltwater, flowing from the tongue of Taylor Glacier onto the ice-covered surface of West Lake Bonney in the Taylor Valley of the McMurdo Dry Valleys in Victoria Land, East Antarctica.

1.Pink Lake Hiller (Australia)

Blue lakes are too mainstream. Lake Hillier is an oddity in Australia, because the water is, to be more accurate, bubblegum-pink. This striking lake is 600 meters in length and 250 meters in width. This natural phenomena was discovered in 1802. The reason for its unique colour is still unknown.

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