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Lake Baikal: the most amazing lake on the planet 8/2/2016 •

There is an interesting scientific hypothesis that states Lake Baikal is an emerging ocean. Nobody can prove it now, but one thing is clear: this freshwater lake, located in Siberia, is an outstanding example of a miraculous creation of nature.


We want to share some basic yet impressive facts about Lake Baikal with you. Let's take an imaginary journey to this beautiful and mysterious place and its surroundings.

#10 this amazing timelapse video by the Russian photographer Stas Tolstnev says it all:

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Have you ever been to Baikal? Do you like its nature? Share other facts about the lake and your impressions with us in the comments below!

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