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Jellyfish Lake

Jellyfish Lake, or Ongeim’l Tketau as the locals call it, is a phenomenon within the Rocky Islands, where saltwater is trapped by land, and at first, glance has no connection to the sea. Under the water, there are channels through which the water mixes with the seawater, so the salinity remains at the level of the sea that surrounds it. The dominant form of wildlife in this lake is the Golden Jellyfish, a harmless species that fill the water of the lake and represents a unique opportunity for visitors to swim and dive among thousands of jellyfish, completely safe!

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