The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weird water news stories. Come back each week for updated stories!
- Talk about a fisherman’s tale – Thirty-five tons of saltwater fish accidentally swam into a freshwater lake where they died almost instantly.
- An electrical lake? NASA recently named Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela the new lightning capital with an average rate of 233 flashes per square kilometer each year!
- It certainly wasn’t a 3-hour tour! Colombian mariner, Javier Eduardo Olaya, was rescued by the Nikkei Verde, a merchant ship, after drifting in the Pacific Ocean for 2 months!
- Talk about efficient fishing! A new video has been released showing how fishermen can use drones to fish for tuna.
- “That’s why it’s hotter, under the water!” Sebastian from The Little Mermaid knew it and now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are showing it, by releasing HD video of never-before-seen aquatic life in the Mariana Trench!