A mysterious whirlpool sucks leaves down into a river at Huiyuan Natural Oxygen Bar in southern China’s Guangdong Province. This event took place in a natural river that had no pumps of drains built on it.
China’s “natural oxygen bars” reported booming tourism last year as more and more people are choosing to visit places that have fresh air, thick forests and are rich in negative ions.
Trips to these regions surged over 200 percent year on year in 2018, according to a report by the China Meteorological Service Association.
The association has granted 115 regions such qualifications across the country, which is designed to promote ecological environment protection and related tourism development.
The video shows the fallen leaves floating on the surface of a river before being swallowed by the whirlpool.