Tours to Lake Nakuru with low prices.
  Lake Nakuru is located 160 km Northwest of Nairobi, a 2-hour drive from the international airport Jomo Kenyatta. At the local plane you can get there from Wilson airport,…

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Keep Baikal alive!
  UNESCO supported the requirements for the protection of lake Baikal 34th Session of the world Heritage Committee of UNESCO endorsed the demands of the 125 thousand people who signed…

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The Amazing lakes of our planet

 

The inimitable and wonderful nature of our planet. So she loves us and goes out of her way to please us. As, for example, your “eyes water” – lakes. Consider their diversity.

The inimitable and wonderful nature of our planet. So she loves us and goes out of her way to please us. As, for example, your “eyes water” – lakes. Consider their diversity.

The Republic of Tatarstan is famous for its “Blue lakes”. This is a Great Blue, Flowing, a Small Blue lake. They are not related. Water believe their magic through the transparency and lens effect: depth seems much smaller than it is really. And the forest, which is set around a lake surface creates a mysterious and charming atmosphere.

Lake Baikal praised Russia for its giant dimensions: width from 25 to 80 km, the length of 2100 km, the maximum depth, in this case, is 1642 m, and fresh water. It is also called “Freshwater reservoir”. This pond is populated with animals that live nowhere else. And plant species number about 2500.

In South Ossetia lies the lake of Arco. And it is famous as the lake-a Ghost. He received his middle name through a phenomenal way of disappearing from the surface of the earth as if it never existed here at all. This phenomenon occurs every 3-5 years regardless of the season. This can happen even in winter. Here even the animals are not found. From the point of view of scientists Continue reading

Thank you for the warming: the most northerly lake comes back to life
  Lake Kaffeklubben (detsk. Kaffeklubben Sø, 83 37') is located on a small (48 ha) of the eponymous island. to the North of Greenland, only 707 km from the pole.…

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The Ecosystem of the largest freshwater lakes in the world changes dramatically
Over the largest of the Great lakes -- Upper began to blow strong winds. So Yes, that started to change the lake ecosystem. The cause of the phenomenon and the…

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