THAT’S what you call a sea of red! Tourists flock to see the stunning Chinese beach that turns CRIMSON every autumn

Published on MailOnline on 1st September 2015:

A beach in north-eastern China, has transformed to a crimson red with the arrival of autumn.

Panjin Red Beach, located in the province of Liaoning, is the largest and best preserved wetland in the world.

Every year in autumn, the seepweed, also known as seablite, that grows along its shores takes on a crimson hue as it matures.

The result is a sea of red as far as the eye can see.

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