Cappuccino Coast – Pacific

Cappuccino Coast - It's caused by methane gas in the water, and is dangerously contaminating.

8/28/11. Lightning storm over the Grand Canyon (ARIZONA) took place over a 25-minute period. (Composite Photo By Dan Ransom).

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Australia's Surreal Red Wave - Jan 9 2013 - brewing thunderstorm moved reddish colored sand and dust over the Indian Ocean. Brett Martin

A cappuccino coast is a very rare phenomena that occurs in the ocean. The thick foam appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures. The powerful currents of the ocean churn the water to form bubbles that look like cappuccino foam.

Supercell Thunderstorm in Montana

Such a natural phenomenon is very rare. It is called Cappuccino coast. Because it doesn’t occur very often, you are a lucky one to see these pictures taken in Cape Town, as Cappuccino was brought to its shores by the strongest storm. This thick foam in the ocean appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures, and everything is churned up together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles.

The Great Blue Hole - Belize

called "cappuccino coast" rare phenomenon. This thick foam in the ocean appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures, and everything is churned up together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles.

Frozen Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia

Amazing and Very Rare Natural Phenomenon, Cappuccino coast does not occur often. It is thick foam in the ocean that is formed when salt interacts with the decomposition products that are churned up together by powerful currents which cause bubbles to form. Strong winds take it to the shore.

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It is called Cappuccino coast. Because it doesn’t occur very often, you are a lucky one to see these pictures taken in Cape Town, as Cappuccino was brought to its shores by the strongest storm. This thick foam in the ocean appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures, and everything is churned up together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles.

cave crystals...Mexico

It is called Cappuccino coast. Because it doesn’t occur very often, you are a lucky one to see these pictures taken in Cape Town, as Cappuccino was brought to its shores by the strongest storm. This thick foam in the ocean appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures, and everything is churned up together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles.

northern outburst

Sea foam at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. Sea foam is a type of foam created by the agitation of seawater, particularly when it contains higher concentrations of dissolved organic matter. These compounds can act as surfactants or foaming agents. As the seawater is churned by breaking waves in the surf zone adjacent to the shore, the compounds trap air, forming bubbles that stick to each other through surface tension. (photo by TheBrockenInaGlory)

Mountain Lake, Bulgaria

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