10 strangest lakes in the world Occurs naturally

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The lake that we have seen or know each other will be. Calm waters Set in the midst of beautiful nature And it is often a tourist destination that many people want to go on vacation, right? But if you could see 10 of the strangest lakes in the world Everyone will definitely ufabet wow! Because each place is super amazing And it is something that nature has made by itself

1.Lake Hillier, Western Australia Australia

Pink lake  Lake Hillier, Western Australia  Australia

Pink Lake, or Lake Hillier (Lake Hillier),  is a saltwater lake located in the largest of the Recherche Archipelago, comprising 105 islets in western Australia. It was first discovered by Captain Matthew Flinders as he ascended the top of the island in 1802.

Lake Hillier

The lake is approximately 600 meters long, with a narrow edge that covers the dunes and trees that separate the lake from the sea outside. The edge of the lake is covered with sheets of white salt. Next up is a forest of Paperbark and Eucalypt trees, densely covered. Sweet pink like cold milk, the water in the lake has a permanent color. Even when scooped up and kept in a container, the color wouldn’t fade This pink color is caused by high concentrations of salts and bacteria.

2. Lake Natron (Tanzania)

Lake Natron, Tanzania

Lake Natron (Lake Natron), also known as Lake of the dead Located in the north of the country It is a large salt lake. The water in the lake contains various substances and minerals flowing together.

Lake Natron

And what you see in red is caused by Rapid evaporation during the dry season Bacteria present in the water spontaneously photosynthesize this red color. It also produces minerals (salts). Neton is water that is a million lime water. Has a high concentration It has a high alkalinity of 9-10.5, which is similar to that of ammonia. That has a very high corrosion resistance And the water temperature is also as high as 60 degrees Celsius as well.

If an animal falls into this water, it will not be able to withstand this corrosion. And most of them will find the remains of animals that have fallen into the water. As hard as stone, like stone Because it was adhered to by sodium carbonate

3. Jellyfish Lake, Republic of Palau

Jellyfish Lake, Republic of Palau

Jellyfish Lake, located in the Republic of Palau, is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. Located about 500 kilometers east of the Philippines, it has a place in the sea. Tourists like to bring together to dive. And see the amazing nature such as Jellyfish Lake (Jellyfish Lake) Lake jellyfish poisonless.

Jellyfish Lake

Many people know that jellyfish are poisonous creatures that everyone has to run away from. But at this Palau We can swim with jellyfish without worry. Because the jellyfish here are not poisonous Their distinctive features are golden. And will glow pink-purple It is about the size of a soccer ball.

4. La Brea Pitch Lake, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

La Brea Pitch Lake, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Lake Labrea Pitch is an asphalt lake. And is the largest natural source of natural asphalt in the world It is located in La Brea, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. This lake is a lake without water. But there is a naturally occurring asphalt that is about 40 hectares and a depth of about 75 meters.

The scientists believe that. On the ground beneath Pitch Lake, two tectonic faults meet and push underground crude oil up the fissures beneath the lake. This crude oil, when mixed with gravel, rock, clay, sand for millions of years, it becomes natural asphalt.

The asphalt obtained from this lake is of excellent quality. And this is another reason why the asphalt from this lake is a major commodity for Trinidad. By some streets in New York City Then use the asphalt from here to make roads

5 Boiling Lake, Dominica

Boiling Lake, Dominica

Boiling Lake,  located in the National Park of the Trois Pittons, Dominica, is the second largest in the world. The reason it is called Boiling Lake is because in the pond there is a constant steam of steam. The temperature used to measure is 82 – 91.5 degrees Celsius, which is just the lake temperature. In the middle of the pond, no one was able to measure the exact results.

The width of the pond is approximately 60 meters, 59 meters deep. If people who want to travel must be physically ready. Because it is located in a forest with mountains and steep slopes, you can walk 13 kilometers.

6. Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

 Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

A salt lake or red lake is located in Bolivia’s Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve. Near the border with Chile And stands at an altitude of 4,267 meters

 Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

This salt lake, or red lake, contains naturally occurring white borax. And has a red section Caused by red algae, plankton and many other microorganisms. When coming here, visitors can see a large number of flamingos. Because this lake is a rich food source for the flamingos.

7. Medicine Lake, Alberta, Canada

Medicine Lake, Alberta, Canada

Medicine Lake Located within the Jasper National Park. In the state of Alberta, Canada, where this has been reputed to be Miracle lake Because in the summer, visitors can see the beauty of the lake. And when the winter comes, the water is almost completely dry, because the water seeps underground. It is a very amazing natural drainage.

Medicine Lake, Alberta, Canada

And the truth is This place does not use a lake. But is a place to receive water Connects between the Malin River and Malin Lake in the summer. The ice that covers the mountains will melt and become water flowing down to. Medicine Lake But in winter the water dries up.

8 Lake Nyos (Lake Nyos),Cameroon

Lake Nyos (Lake Nyos), Cameroon

Lake Nios is located in the Northwest Region, where it was nicknamed the Death Lake because of its crater lake. Under the lake floor is a collection of magma. The carbon dioxide gas is released to mix in the water. Until causing a chemical reaction The pressure under the water. And exploded more often

Lake Nyos (Lake Nyos), Cameroon

It has been recorded in the history of the occurrence of a lake reversal. Lake Nios undergoes pressure The bomb exploded over 300 feet above the water and was followed by a small ball. Again This explosion resulted in a large amount of carbon dioxide distribution. And result in people, pets and other living things Within the radius there were many deaths.

9 Dead Sea, Jordan and Israel

The Dead Sea or Dead Sea is a salt lake with a very high salt concentration. And one of the most salty in the world It is located on the border of Jordan and Israel.

Dead Sea Lake is 76 kilometers long, 18 kilometers wide, with its deepest point 400 meters and 417.5 meters below sea level. That is below sea level, the most in the world as well.

Dead Sea, Jordan and Israel

This lake has no landlock at all. Only the Jordan River flows into the sea. Over time, the water in this sea evaporates, causing the salt in the Dead Sea to remain in its original location, so the Dead Sea water is six times as salty than normal sea water, a sea that has no life at all. Except some bacteria and fungi

Dead Sea, Jordan and Israel

And because of the Dead Sea lake It has a very strong salt content. Allows us to float above the water surface without fear of drowning. It is a very popular spot for tourists.

10. Lake Superior, USA

Lake Superior, USA

Don’t panic! This is not the sea. But it is a real lake .. This place is called Lake superior It is a lake in the Great Lakes lakes with an area of ​​84,000 square kilometers. It is the largest lake in North America. And classified as the largest freshwater lake in the world

Lake Superior, USA

Located between the state of Minnesota, Michigan and the US state of Wisconsin. With the state of Ontario of Canada Lake superior There will be a strong wind wave that makes waves. By measuring the height of the waves from 1-30 feet to 2-6 feet