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    Posted February 21, 2013 by
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    Okefenokee's Black Water

    The Okefenokee Swamp, in the very southern fringes of Georgia, plays hocus-pocus with water and sky. The water is tea-black because of tannins in decaying vegetation, a phenomenon that causes it to reflect mirror images on its surface. The 7,000-year-old swamp is a natural treasure that holds a million surprises.

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