Japanese man beat the world’s largest salt marsh

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Japanese man beat the world's largest salt marsh
[World Wide Web Roundup] According to the British “Mirror” reported on August 3, 29-year-old man from Japan of water Hideki Mizuta recently in Central America, Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni captured a group of amazing photos. Photo, a seemingly divine tourists stroll across the water toward the distant sun, like the coming of God’s third.

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