31-05-2017 by redazione
An unprecedented tide, for forty years to this part, in Malindi and in much of the Kenyan north coast.
Signs of climate change and global warming of water, it is said, but also of the power of currents, deviate from the new morphology of the African coast.
Spectacular photograph taken by the owner of Driftwood Club Roger Sylvester, who points out: "Never seen a similar show for forty years in Malindi."
The waves have crossed the walls and barriers of many villages and gardens of private homes, but without impetus, except at the time of infraction.
What could be the tide rise and the advancement of the ocean?
Surely those who did not account for the advances over the years, which now reached nearly fifty centimeters per year and built too close to the sea especially in the Silversand Beach area, could have problems in a few years and have to come back:
In other areas, such as the city beach or Watamu, the currents turn the sea back and deposit other sand on the wet stretch.
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