10 Of The Most Dangerous Bodies Of Water In The World

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10 Of The Most Dangerous Bodies Of Water In The World



If you didn’t know already, the world’s surface consists of 71 percent water. While we cannot make use of all of this area, we can make use of what is contained within the oceans, including the fish and plant life. We are capable of drinking the water once it has been filtered, grow crops with it, and even sail our boats for extended periods of time. That being said, there are many bodies of water that are just shockingly dangerous. People have come down sick, injured, or even died after coming into contact with the following bodies of water. Here are ten of the most dangerous bodies of water in the world.

Rio Tinto, Spain

Rio Tinto, a river in Spain, is considered one of the most acidic bodies of water on the entire planet. The pH level alone is around 2. This means it is as powerful as stomach acid. No fish can live within the water, and humans cannot swim in it.

Boiling Lake

The Boiling Lake in Dominica is aptly named. The water is hot enough to peel the skin from your body due to 197 degree Fahrenheit waters, and those are just temperatures recorded near the edges of the lake. The middle could be even worse.



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