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Lake Hillier
Lake Hillier
The Australian lake amazes not only tourists but also the scientists themselves with its bright pink color. At the 600-meter-long lake on the island of Middle Island in the Recherche archipelago, it is still not clear exactly what causes its unconventional color. Scientists initially thought it was pink because of the algae found here, but this is not the case. Then they thought it could be a bacterium, but that wasn't confirmed either. The only thing we can say for sure is that it is difficult for anyone to drown in it. It is not deep at all, we can lie down in it and still have a face above the surface. I would like to swim in it and take pictures with PINK WATER!!!
Nov 16, 2020
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