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    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2 Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2 Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    • Breathtaking Golden Jellyfish Lake With 2Mln Underwater Inhabitants
    Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk Island, Palau. The Seventy Island Preserve is just visible in the upper left corner of the photograph.

    Jellyfish Lake in the Pacific Ocean is one of the most beautiful places on our planet. Find out what the underwater world of this spectacular lake looks like in Sputnik's gallery.

    Jellyfish Lake is a small lake 460 meters (1509 feet) in length and 160 meters (525 feet) in width with a depth of 50 meters (164 feet).

    The lake was formed more than 12 million years ago, as a result of a collision of two tectonic plates. The crack that was created in the earth was filled with small marine inhabitants, including jellyfish, which were able to leak through the pores in the limestone surrounding the area.

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