Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Rare Beaches in the World

Cave Beach in Mexico :

Black Sand Beach:

The black sand is made out of tiny fragments of lava as hot lava enters the water.

Purple Sand Beach :

The unusual color is because of the manganese garnet deposits in the rocks.

Geometric Rock Beach:

Blue Sand Beach:

A host of bioluminescent phytoplankton scattered across the coastline in the maldives makes this sand glow blue.

Green Sand Beach:

Only 2 beaches in the world have green sand ; Papakolea beach in Hawaii and Talofofo beach in Guam. It's from Olivine Lava.

Glass Beach:

In Fort Bragg, California This was once a major dumping site for Garbage. Once it was cleaned revealed colorful sea glass.

Orange Sand Beach:

The coastline of Ramla bay in the Maltese Islands is a bright orange due to it's high iron content.

Red Sand Beach:

The Red sand is a result of the surrounding Iron-rich black and Red lava rocks left over from ancient volcanic activity.

Sea Shell Beach:

The lack of Predators at shell Beach in Australia and Sanibel Island in Florida make this a Seashell Mecca.

Pink Sand Beach :

Pink sand comes from microscopic shelled animals known as Foraminifera that have a pink or a red shell.

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