Lake Hillia located in Australia is not the only one of its kind in the world but one thing does make it unique and that is when you scoop up its water in a glass, it remains pink. Scientists are still not sure yet why the water remains pink. The most popular theory is salt water allergy and pink bacteria. They create such pigments as a byproduct of using the sun for energy. Even though this lake is really salty, it is completely safe to swim in but it is closed to tourists unless you have special permission from the researchers.


Found in Chile, Atacama Desert is one of the driest places on earth usually getting less than a half inch of rain every year. What is surprising about this place is after every 5-7 years, flowers randomly bloom here. It is connected with the El Nino Phenomenon where warm ocean temperature creates more precipitation on land then the yellow sand of Atacama get color purple, green, white and pink blooms from over 200 flower species. Strangely enough, the desert won’t bloom if it gets too much rain.


This is a town located in Australia. Its May winter started next month there but the temperature is comfortably cool. The grass is still green, its bright and sunny. In a distance you see white fields covered in snow but when you get closer you realize that is not snow at all but a blanket of spider webs. This is completely a natural phenomenon that spiders do known as ballooning.


Gulf of Corryvreckan is found in Scotland. If you dive in the Gulf of Corryvreckan, you will witness massive underwater rocks and deep holes. They create the 3rd largest permanent core on the planet, the Corryvreckan Maelstrom. The water moves at bleakness speed. It hits the underwater rocks and the place looks like a boiling water. The waves created during the process sometimes reach a height of 5 meters and you can still hear the roaring water from 10 miles away. It is believed that the Gulf of Corryvreckan has swallowed a lot of sailors over the centuries. They were caught unaware by this natural phenomenon and pulled underwater in a blink of an eye.


The Ross Sea Ice shelf is found in Antarctica. It is roughly the size of Spain with the ocean underneath containing as much water as the North Sea. Some time ago, scientists drilled through this massive chunk of ice and to their surprise they found life underneath there. The scientists found mysterious species not known before such as fish that could swim while upside down.



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