Nature has transformed the trash on the beach in Vladivostok in jewelry
Thousands of glass bottles, caught up with people in the sea, turned into a colored “pebbles” on the shore of a rocky beach in the Ussuri Bay (far East). However, after 20 years, sparkling with all the colors of the rainbow jewels will disappear, ecologists warn.
Glass Bay formed by provident nature, which fixed the “bugs” man: fragments of broken bottles, porcelain and tiles have been polished for decades and turned into a tourist attraction.
According to Professor Peter Brovko, the beach attracts crowds of tourists every summer, and if you stop the pollution of the glass, it will disappear forever after two decades, partly because of the hunters for Souvenirs.
Brovko and his team studied 500 glass “stones” are made of black volcanic sand, color “copies.” It turned out that the beach holds the “remains” of the Soviet era — the pebble-turned from broken bottles of wine, vodka, milk, and industrial glassware, reports the Siberian Times.