Have you ever heard about pink lake? The colour of other pink lakes around the world fluctuate with the outside temperature. But Lake Hillier is the only pink lake in the world that never lose its pinkish hue.
But what make it different is that lake Hillier’s water remains pink all the time. Some scientists say the water is harmless to humans, but don’t expect to be living out your whimsical dreams by swimming in it.
Until today m, Lake Hillier in Western Australia has some scientists scratching their heads that because the exact reason behind the lake’s pink colour isn’t fully understood. This pink colour lake that looks like a huge size pink bubble gum defies science.
Some think that it’s because of an interaction between the lake’s salt crusts and bateria.
The lake is found on an island off the coast of Australia and is only used for research purposes. Scientists believe that the vibrant colour is made by a type of micro algae found in the lake.
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