Eccentric Of The Places On The Planet You Might Have Never Heard Of

Spotted Lake Kliluk

The ball full of water and rocks which we call our planet has never failed to surprise us. There some discoveries which have sent all of us into a frenzy. There are so many places on the planet which make us so curious, to visit. But there are also some places which are weirdest of all. Below is a list of a few places which are strange and fascinating at the same time, places you might have never heard of. So let’s get started with this journey to weirdest places on earth:

Lake Natron – the petrifying lake

Lake Natron - the petrifying lake
Lake Natron – the petrifying lake

This lake in Tanzania is a terrifying lake which turns animals into statues. It is said that any animal who dies in this African lake is turned into a statue through the process of calcification. Due to the presence of higher levels of sodium bicarbonate, it is certain that they are turned into mummies.

Spotted Lake Kliluk

 

Spotted Lake Kliluk
Spotted Lake Kliluk

This lake in British Columbia, Canada is considered to be the most mineralised lake in the entire world. It has 365 of these spots which are said to hold a unique chemical content which helps in curing different diseases.

Underwater park, Green Lake in Tragoess

Underwater park, Green Lake in Tragoess
Underwater park, Green Lake in Tragoess

This underwater park is located in Austria, it is known to be one of the strangest places on the planet. It is a park which genuinely goes underwater during the spring season. This park is created every year when the snow from the surrounding mountains melts.

Christ of the Abyss

Christ of the Abyss
Christ of the Abyss

A favourite place of sea divers and is considered one of the weirdest place on the earth. This place in Italy has a 2.50 metres tall bronze statue of Jesus Christ which is under water. This statue sank in the Italian Riviera near Portofino, which is coincidentally the place where the famous Italian diver Duilo Merchant had died.

Caño Cristales

Caño Cristales
Caño Cristales

This river is located in Columbia, the weird thing about this river is that in summer months the Columbian river actually turns red. This is because that the river bed is covered by a really distinctive species of plant. Which turns the river into a deep red.

karen Swicks

Karen covers all things animals here at WNL. Previously, Karen was a House leadership reporter for Roll Call, and a legislative action reporter for CQ. When Karen isnt busy wriing about the odd world of animals, she can usually be found on her hobby farm in North Eastern Ontario..

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