Thursday, February 7, 2013

Amazing Underwater Creatures in Indonesia

Underwater inhabitants are really interesting and fascinating to watch and in all kinds. There are many people who would pay thousands of dollars to watch different aquatic animals in their original conditions but for some it is relatively easier and rather for the purpose of examination and fun and for that purpose, there are many underwater zoos that are made for the people to go to and have the full fun of. If you don’t have enough savings to go scuba diving into the places of your choice and you want to experience colorful details and living creatures underwater, you could go to the underwater zoo in Indonesia.

Unique Basalt Formations on Kunashir Island

Kunashir Island (Russian: Кунаши́р; Japanese: 国後島, Kunashiri-tō; Ainu: クナシㇼ or クナシㇽ, Kunasir), possibly meaning Black Island or Grass Island in Ainu, is the southernmost island of the Kuril Islands, which are controlled by Russia and claimed by Japan.

Kunashir is formed by four volcanoes which were separate islands but have since joined together by low-lying areas with lakes and hot springs. All these volcanoes are still active: Tyatya (1,819 m), Smirnov, Mendeleev (Rausu-yama), and Golovnin (Tomari-yama)

Kunashir Island are really mysterious and very interesting location. No matter if we observe them from an aspect of geologists who claim that this is just another wonder of nature or from an aspect of some archaeologists who are convinced that those are megastructures made by human’s hand, we have to admit that there is something wonderful in Kunashir Island.

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