Lake Natron, Tanzania
Microorganisms that thrive on salt flock to this lake, producing a red pigment which colorizes the water. The lake contains so much salt that if other animals took a dip in the water they would calcify, essentially turning to stone.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, United States
Underwater River, Cenote Angelita, Mexico
Beneath the water of Cenote Angelita lies another body of water — a flowing river. Because the river's water is filled with hydrogen sulfate (a heavier substance than salt water), the water sinks to the bottom, creating an underwater river.
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