Red Beach in Panjin, China

The Red Beach in China is unlike any other as it is red and not covered with sand at all; rather there is a carpet of red sea weed as if laid across the whole of the terrain. In fact, the Sueda sea weed begins growing in April and May, when it is green as any other kind of weed; still in mid-autumn it becomes bright red hence causing the phenomenon of the red beach.
People coming to those wetlands marvel at the unusual beauty of the marsh lands and the variety of endangered bird species living here; still in order to preserve the area and mainly Crown Cranes and Black Beaked Gulls large parts of that amazing red beach are granted state protection and only a limited area is open to the public. However, people visiting even those small parts of the wetlands that are not under special protection share stunning photos of nature not to be seen in other part of the planet – fascinating, isn’t it?!

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