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Did You Know There’s A Forest In China That Resembles A Floating Forest?

Summer has attracted many tourists to a scenic “floating forest” lake in China to enjoy boat rides.
The Luyang Lake Wetland Park, located in Yangzhou city in Jiangsu, eastern China, possesses a unique forest with trees growing one-meter deep within the lake.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
The trees, Metasequoia or dawn redwoods, were once thought to be extinct but were rediscovered later and described as a “living fossil”.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
The semi-submerged trees within the lake create a tranquil atmosphere that makes tourists feel as if they are floating.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
Aerial images show the trees neatly planted in a row and evenly spaced one after the other.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
Tourists can enjoy the forest both by boat and on foot. Floating docks allow people to take a stroll along the forest and on the lake.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
Although the scenery is very much green in the summertime, the forest transforms itself into a red and pink sea of trees in the winter and fall.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
The unusually orderly forest is part of China’s conservation movement across the nation.
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
china floating forest luyang lake wetland park
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