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The Spectacular Beauty of China's Red Beach

In Panjin, China, a beach of seepweed changes from green to red to purple in the fall due to its unique geography. Seepweed is a common coastal plant, but the soil at this beach is particularly salty and alkaline-heavy. These conditions cause the plant to absorb more minerals and change color, earning Red Beach its nickname. 

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