Water spout appears in Australia Sydney

13:19, May 20, 2010      

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On May 17, a water spout appeared on the sea of near Sydney, Australia. In Chinese, it is called longxishui, which means "dragon inhales water." That day, the phenomenon lasted about 5 minutes.


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