Lake Akan in Hokkaido is home to approximately 200,000 marimo. It's also the only place in the world with marimo colonies. Registered as Special Natural Monuments, marimo can grow to become 30 centimeters in diameter. How do they form such large spheres? Join us as we learn new and interesting facts about marimo!
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