The Dead Sea – Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)

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Via: Dmitry Chistoprudov : The Dead Sea is the lowest portion of Earth’s land. This endorheic salt lake is between Israel and Jordan, under the Palestinian Authority. The water level in the Dead Sea is at 425 meters below sea level and falls at a rate of about 1 meter per year. Maximum depth – 378 meters. This is one of the most saline water on earth, its salinity reaches 33.7%.
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)

The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)
The Dead Sea - Another Side Of Nature (27 Photos)