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Once known for being the world39s largest manmade body of water

Once known for being the world39s largest manmade body of water


#9 Lake Malawi - 30,044 Square Kilometers

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#10 Great Slave Lake - 28,930 Square Kilometers

A small dam near Groningen, Netherlands

#2 Lake Superior - 82,414 Square Kilometers

If there's any one attraction you're planning to visit in Iceland, it's very likely the Blue Lagoon. It's the most popular destination in Iceland — nearly ...

#4 Lake Huron - 59,596 Square Kilometers

The Dead Sea, on the border of Jordan and Israel, is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world. So salty that you can famously float in it, ...


Tangasdale Beach, one of Scotland's most beautiful beaches

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Loch Lomond in winter

Loch Ness With Urquhart Castle in the foreground

Small boat canals such as the Basingstoke Canal fuelled the industrial revolution in much of Europe and the United States.

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#1 Caspian Sea - 371,000 Square Kilometers

Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge as visible from the Hoover Dam

Victoria Falls — on the Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia — are the largest waterfalls by volume in the world (5,604 ft wide and 354 ft high).

Australia's famous, gigantic barrier reef is sadly at risk of being destroyed by climate change, overfishing, and tourism — coral bleaching is more ...

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Known for its otherworldly blue glow, this former quarry in Buxton, Derbyshire draws masses of people to its bright waters every year, despite signs ...

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A wave dashing on the shore

As for the river, it's the longest and the largest by discharge of water in the world — an average of about 7,400,000 cubic feet per second!

Ha Long Bay in northern Vietnam is a popular tourist destination thanks to its gorgeous limestone karsts and its floating fishing village.

Masonry arch wall, Parramatta, New South Wales, the first engineered dam built in Australia

Yellowstone obviously has to be on here. The Yellowstone Caldera and National Park feature some of the most stunning landscapes in the world.

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2. Aral Sea, Kazakhstan

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Bellandur lake on fire in Bangalore. Bellandur lake, the city's largest body of water ...

The woman's body was cut open to remove the giant cyst (Image: Caters News Agency)


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The most famous one of these ravines and the only one it is permitted to snorkel or dive in is Silfra. The visibility of the water within it exceeds a ...

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The Sundarbans — mostly in Bangladesh, though partially in India — is the world's largest tidal mangrove forest, and is famous for being one of the largest ...


Algal bloom. Image: NOAA

Jesus said: And these signs will accompany those who believe: in My name they will cast out demons. . . Mark 16:17


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Ghost ships, watery pianos, vengeful spirits, shipwrecks, killer seaweed, and voodoo... haunted bodies of water come in all kinds and configurations.

Pedestrians cover their noses as they cross a bridge over a frothing canal, which once

Brazil's most famous city fills in the spaces between the surrounding mountains and the ocean, making it one of the most beautiful cities on Earth.


Lake Assal, Djibouti.

TRAPPIST-1 and its planets. Photo: NASA / JPL-Caltech

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10. Confederation Bridge

Stretching across the “tri-border” between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls (or Iguaçu Falls) is made up of 275 waterfalls and is collectively ...

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The human body simply isn't built to conduct 300kV of electricity. So when things backfire while you're fishing in a thunderstorm, and you find yourself ...

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It's my birthday and I'll be a bit mad if I ...

Data from astronauts who spent 340 days in orbit will add to almost 55 years of research on how low gravity sends Earthlings for a loop

This was the tallest man-made structure for more than 3,800 years

Gang violence is one of the most talked about issues all around the world and ...

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... The Golden Age of Drug Trafficking: How Meth, Cocaine, and Heroin Move Around ...

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The world's biggest family: Ziona Chan has 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren | Daily Mail Online

Cascata le Mar, Italy The Cascata le Mar (Mar's Falls) is a man

Trench foot was a large problem caused by the trenches. Soldiers got trench foot because there feet were always wet. Trench foot lead to foot amputations ...

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Only 306 bodies were found. The dead were taken to Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Sediment churned up in the Gulf, which feeds the dead zone. Image: NASA


water in the body

... Federation and the San Francisco-based Resource Media recently pointed out that an unassuming lake near Santa Cruz, California has the highest levels of ...

After another short battle, Befus once again released the fish back into the Innoko and walked away with the men's 8-pound tippet class record.

Easter crucifixion in the Philippines

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Woman filling a glass of water from a stainless steel or chrome tap or faucet

Latex condoms are the worst: Why, after all these years, don't we have a better condom?

1. It's ICE-land: Just a Land of Ice All Year Round

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