From the looks of this lake, it could have a bad case of acne. But this amazing body of water in Okanagan, Canada, doesn't have a problem with algae - it is a wonder of nature every summer when water evaporates. Lake Liluk, known as the 'Spotted Lake', the unique collection of minerals in the 38-acre lake get so warm by the time that water has evaporated, they collect into colourful circles.
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The Japanese giant salamander (Andrias japonicus) is endemic to Japan, where it is known as Ōsanshōuo (オオサンショウウオ/大山椒魚?), literally meaning "giant pepper fish". With a length of up to almost 1.5 ft. The Chinese Giant Salamander grows to 6 ft.