The world’s most beautiful eight lakes, at least one place in a lifetime!

Awe-inspiring nature, he is like a magician, making some parts of the earth magical, and even wondering if this is true?

Morning Glory Pool, Yellowstone National Park, USA

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High-temperature lava has created thousands of hot springs and water mists in Yellowstone National Park, and the Morning Glory Pool is the most beautiful of the many hot springs in Yellowstone. It is a hot spring and the temperature is usually better than the geyser. Low, so it can breed rich algae.


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Wuhuahai, Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, China


Wuhuahai is one of the most exciting spots in Jiuzhaigou. It has the reputation of “Jiuzhaigou” and “Jiuzhai Essence”. A section of tree torso appears under the clear and colorful lake. The lake surface is green and lustrous. In different areas, the color changes from yellow to green and then to blue, showing the colorful beauty of the lake.

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Wuhuahai is one of the most exciting spots in Jiuzhaigou. It has the reputation of “Jiuzhaigou” and “Jiuzhai Essence”. A section of tree torso appears under the clear and colorful lake. The lake surface is green and lustrous. In different areas, the color changes from yellow to green and then to blue, showing the colorful beauty of the lake.

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Pink Lake, Esperance, Australia

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The Pink Lake, Lake Hilary, the central island off the coast of Esperance is the largest of the Rocheche Islands, while Lake Hillier is a pink lake on the central island. Lake Hillier is about 600 meters long and was discovered by the British sailing explorer Matthew Flinders in 1802. From above, the lake is like a pink bubble gum, surrounded by a circle of sandy beaches and dense white layers, eucalyptus trees, even more dreamy.

The cause of Pink Lake is still unsolvable. According to scientists, it may be derived from pigments produced by bacteria in the salt shell.

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Blue Lagoon, Grindavik, Iceland

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The Blue Lagoon in Iceland has the world’s largest volcanic area, frequent volcanic and crustal activities, creating countless lakes, hot springs and waterfalls, and geothermal and hydropower are at your fingertips.

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Jellyfish Lake Palau

Jellyfish Lake is one of the most worthwhile places in Palau. Tens of thousands of years ago, the jellyfish lake was once part of the sea. Due to the crustal movement, it gradually separated from the outer sea and formed an inland lagoon. Most of the marine life in the lake is dying with the consumption of nutrients, leaving only a low-level marine organism that lives on a small number of microorganisms, the jellyfish.

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Due to the disappearance of natural enemies, these jellyfish “lost” the toxins that the ancestors used to defend themselves – the body’s toxins. In this way, Palau Jellyfish Lake has the unique non-toxic jellyfish in the world.

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Due to the disappearance of natural enemies, these jellyfish “lost” the toxins that the ancestors used to defend themselves – the body’s toxins. In this way, Palau Jellyfish Lake has the unique non-toxic jellyfish in the world.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA

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On the Cascade Mountain, 1950 meters above sea level in southwestern Oregon, there is a unique world wonder – the Crater Lake. The aborigines who lived here for generations, as the miracle of the crater lake, are full of awe, and are not easily mentioned.

So for thousands of years, this spectacle has not been discovered by outsiders. It was not until 1853 that several white gold whites came here accidentally and finally unveiled the secret. In 1902, the Crater Lake was officially planned by the US government as a national park.

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Emerald Lake Austria

The Emerald Lake (Green Lake) in Styria, Austria is located at the foot of the Hohshwa Mountain in Tragoess. In the cold winter, the lake is almost completely dry, leaving only a depth of one or two meters. The park that faces the water is a favorite spot for hikers and a cross-country ski resort.

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As the temperature rises in the late spring and early summer, the white snow of the mountains gradually melts down the hillside and gathers in the basin at the foot of the mountain. The park slowly submerges in the clear melting ice, and it becomes the emerald lake in summer.

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Rainbow River Cano Cristales Colombia

Colombian Cano Cristales (also known as the Rainbow River) is hailed as “the river from heaven” and is considered to be the most beautiful river in the world. There are an amazing number of colorful seaweeds in the river. They are like painters’ palettes. The same floating in the river bed, red, yellow, blue, green and black five colors change with the seasons, so this clear and translucent river has a colorful color.

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At the end of the rainy season, after the water level is lowered, the Cano Cristales River in Colombia is covered by bright pink aquatic plants. The unique aquatic plants grow on the surface of the river and hang on the rocks, which looks like cotton floating in water surface.


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