Thursday, June 27, 2013

There is a strange bright pink Lake Hiller in Western Australia. This vivid pink lake is something of a mystery as well as the only one of its kind on Earth. The color is constant and never changes, even though water is taken away and put into a separate container. Have confirmed that the lake’s color is not because of the existence of algae, compared to the other salt lakes Down Under, but they still don’t tend to be able to explain the reason why it’s pink.  An additional probability is that the color comes from red bacteria in the salt crusts.



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