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Lake Kaindy, Kazakhstan, forest sinks

On Monday, October 10, 2011 0 komentar
Lake Kaindy located in Kazakhstan in the depths of the forest with an altitude of 2000m above sea level. Avalanches formed from limestone and soil deposition. It forms a natural dam lake and a beautiful canyon. This lake has a length of 400m long with a depth of 30m. Beautiful views presented here. The remains of trees that are not submerged, looming like the nails creations of nature. While the part that is under water, the mystery seems like hundreds of years old forests.

The term generally describes the submerged forest remnants of trees - especially the stumps - which has been flooded by rising sea levels. They are found around the coast of England, north-west France and Denmark, and is usually buried in the mud, peat or sand for several millennia before being discovered by changes in sea level and erosion.

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