Caņo Cristales, commonly referred to as 'the river that ran away to paradise' is a famous body of water in Columbia. The river has a clear and calm current, allowing visitors to see life underneath the water's surface. Residing underwater is a range of rocks covered in green moss. But for a period of time from September to November, the water level dips allowing the sun's natural heat to warm that moss covering the rocks and other algae formations beneath the surface.

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