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Top 10 World’s Strangest Natural Wonders –

Top 10 World’s Strangest Natural Wonders –
It’s a far cry from the stereotypical landscapes of clear blue lakes, rolling green hills, and white-sand beaches that inspire most travelers—and that’s part of what makes strange natural wonders like Spotted Lake so thrilling. A recently discovered cave that grows crystals the size of four-story buildings or a lake the color of a strawberry milkshake remind us that there’s plenty of mystery left to explore. These are the top 10 world’s strangest natural wonders. Marble Caves, Chile Lake Retba, Senegal Spotted Lake, British Columbia Travertine Pools at Pamukkale, Turkey Sailing Stones, Racetrack Playa, Death Valley, Calif. White Desert (Sahara el Beyda), Egypt Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand The Eye of the Sahara, Mauritania Caño Cristales River, Colombia Asbyrgi Canyon, Iceland

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