Denmark ‘Fairy Rings’ Explained? Mysterious Baltic Sea Circles Not As ‘Alien’ As … – International Business Times

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The “fairy rings” were first photographed in 2008 by tourists. The circles made another appearance in 2011. University of Southern Denmark. fairy-circles-2. Eelgrass near the island M

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