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Ever heard of two rivers with different colours that meets without mixing??
Ever thought that it'd even be found in Nigeria?
One half of this Oguta Lake is a brownish colour, the other half flows clearly and almost appears green.
They have never come together.
Across the world, from Stonehenge to Great Sphinx of Giza, there are remarkable creations and naturally occurring phenomena that can only be described by the term we use to refer to them; "wonders."
There are those structures that both impress and confound us, enough to command a kind of respect that almost feels like reverence and put them in a class of their own; a class that preserves them into classical antiquity.
In many ways, these wonders, especially those made by nature's hand are mysteries more than anything else.
One of such wonders is hidden in Nigeria, in Imo state, within the rainforest of Naija-Delta.
In Oguta Lake, two angry rivers flow side by side without ever coming together.
It has been this way for as long as people can remember.
Oguta lake is a lean finger lake formed by deposits of clay,sand and silt that dammed the lower Njaba River.
At 8.05KM long and 2.41 KM wide, it is the largest natural lake in Imo, and the entire South-East of Nigeria.
Water flows into it mainly from the Njaba River and to a lesser degree, the Uju, Ambena and Urashi Rivers.
It is two of there rivers that flow side-by-side, parallel to each other without ever coming together.
You can see it almost immediately on the surface of the lake.
One flows in a shade of green, the other is brown.
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