Mallows Bay, The Ship Graveyard That Be A Beautiful Nature Reserve
Annapolis – War not only leaving grief, but also wrecks. In Mallows Bay, US traveler could have grave warship into a beautiful nature reserve. World War I had created history as well as hundreds of wrecks that just lies in Mallows Bay, USA. Reported from CNN, The vessel should be used to cross the Atlantic Ocean during World War I before eventually just become a pile of useless.
There are about 185 ships known to the former stretching and become relics of history in Mallows Bay that located near the Potomac River, about 48 KM from Washington. On the condition, the locals refer it as the ship graveyard.
Having abandoned just like that, slowly time and nature have changed the ship graveyard. Grave ship was turned into green after overgrown by grass and trees. Rather than sinister, the garden cemetery instead looks beautiful.
But not only overgrown by grass and trees, a number of birds and bats also stopped and made the existing abandoned ship as home. Who would have thought that the wreck could be a home for forest and animals.
On its uniqueness, some environmentalists are also present it as one of the regions ‘national marine nature reserve.’ The status was given to Mallows Bay along Lake Michigan in Wisconsin by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).