This scarlet place is located in China and is a biosphere protected since 1988.
This scarlet place lies in Panjin, in the county of Dawa in China. His name is Red Beach, but it is not a real beach.
The red color is due to a particular plant called Suaeda, a genus of which there are a hundred variations and that grow in moist areas of the world, where the depths are low and tides very mild.
The Suaeda is one of those rare types of vegetation that can live in highly alkaline soils. The life cycle begins in April when it is colored by a faint red and when it is fully ripe the color becomes very intense.
The protected area is located around the Panjin Shuangtaizi River, one of the few in the world where you can see this beautiful ecosystem as it is the largest existing marsh on Earth.
It has become a biosphere protected internationally in 1988 and is one of the few places on the planet where comes to feed the rare Black-billed gull and where reproduces the Red-crowned Crane.
Amazing, isn’t’ it? Have you ever been there? Did you see some other “strange” place? Comment below!