Located not far from Buenos Aires, this mysterious and weird island is breathtaking. Some say this is an entrance to an alien base, some say this is a floating island that magically rotates on its own axis. Some, however, offer a much more mundane and, most likely, correct explanation that this island is formed by a floating plant called Camalotes (Eichhornia crassipes). This plant is very common in the area. At any rate, here is a video about it.

Here is also a post about it. Judge for yourself which explanation appeals to you the most.

Name:  El Ojo Island

Lat, Long: -34.252167, -58.829833

Location:  Campana, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

El Ojo Island, Campana, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
https://www.weirdgoogleearth.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/el-ojo-island.jpg?v=1617228655https://www.weirdgoogleearth.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/el-ojo-island-150x150.jpg?v=1617228655WeirdCool StuffIslandsLakesWeird StuffAliens,Island,Lakes,MysteriousLocated not far from Buenos Aires, this mysterious and weird island is breathtaking. Some say this is an entrance to an alien base, some say this is a floating island that magically rotates on its own axis. Some, however, offer a much more mundane and, most likely, correct explanation...Peculiar places from around Google Earth