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The World's Deepest Swimming Pool
The world’s deepest swimming hole, located in Brussels, Belgium. Nemo 33 is a submerged structure with platforms at various levels that plummet down 108 feet! It holds 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated spring water that stays a toasty 86 degrees. Divers often use this facility to train, and there are even simulated underwater caves! All-out awesome!









Where Two Oceans Meet

These two bodies of water were merging in the middle of The Gulf of Alaska and there was a foam developing only at their junction. It is a result of the melting glaciers being composed of fresh water and the ocean has a higher percentage of salt causing the two bodies of water to have different densities and therefore makes it more difficult to mix.


Glaucus atlanticus


is a planktonic animal that belongs to the oceanic group known as Nudibranches. This amazing-looking   creature is a sea slug that floats freely on open seas feeding on jellyfish including the Portuguese

 Man o' War
















The largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world




Location:South Africa



Apparently the largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world, this 1097 meter deep mine yielded over 3 tonnes of diamonds before being closed in 1914. The amount of earth removed by workers is estimated to total 22.5 million tonnes.











Raining Cloud

Ever imagined how does rain look like from the sky


























Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

Found in Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, the Ithaa undersea Restaurant is situated 16 feet under the sea.Visitors will be treated with 270 degree panoramic view of the sea.













The Blue Hole Of Belize

This incredible geographical phenomenon known as 'the blue hole' is situated 60 miles off the mainland of Belize . There are numerous blue holes around the world, but none as stunning as this one.














The Heart River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 180 mi (290 km) long, in western North Dakota in the United States



























The solar-powered ‘dragon’ stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, is the world’s first stadium which gets all its power needs from the sun.There are 8,844 solar panels on the roof .Some 1.14 million kWh of electricity a year will be generated – preventing, in the process, 660 tons of carbon dioxide from being discharged into the atmosphere.










 A village in India friends i don't have words for this.


















Red-lipped Batfish



One of more than 60 different species of fishes found in warm sea, this fish has a broad head, slight body, and is covered in large gnarled lumps. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor.

Truly Amazing fact with images.

The World's Deepest Swimming Pool
The world’s deepest swimming hole, located in Brussels, Belgium. Nemo 33 is a submerged structure with platforms at various levels that plummet down 108 feet! It holds 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated spring water that stays a toasty 86 degrees. Divers often use this facility to train, and there are even simulated underwater caves! All-out awesome!









Where Two Oceans Meet

These two bodies of water were merging in the middle of The Gulf of Alaska and there was a foam developing only at their junction. It is a result of the melting glaciers being composed of fresh water and the ocean has a higher percentage of salt causing the two bodies of water to have different densities and therefore makes it more difficult to mix.


Glaucus atlanticus


is a planktonic animal that belongs to the oceanic group known as Nudibranches. This amazing-looking   creature is a sea slug that floats freely on open seas feeding on jellyfish including the Portuguese

 Man o' War
















The largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world




Location:South Africa



Apparently the largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world, this 1097 meter deep mine yielded over 3 tonnes of diamonds before being closed in 1914. The amount of earth removed by workers is estimated to total 22.5 million tonnes.











Raining Cloud

Ever imagined how does rain look like from the sky


























Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

Found in Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, the Ithaa undersea Restaurant is situated 16 feet under the sea.Visitors will be treated with 270 degree panoramic view of the sea.













The Blue Hole Of Belize

This incredible geographical phenomenon known as 'the blue hole' is situated 60 miles off the mainland of Belize . There are numerous blue holes around the world, but none as stunning as this one.














The Heart River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 180 mi (290 km) long, in western North Dakota in the United States



























The solar-powered ‘dragon’ stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, is the world’s first stadium which gets all its power needs from the sun.There are 8,844 solar panels on the roof .Some 1.14 million kWh of electricity a year will be generated – preventing, in the process, 660 tons of carbon dioxide from being discharged into the atmosphere.










 A village in India friends i don't have words for this.


















Red-lipped Batfish



One of more than 60 different species of fishes found in warm sea, this fish has a broad head, slight body, and is covered in large gnarled lumps. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor.