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The Pink Lakes - Lake Hillier, Lake Retba, etc.

 
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The most notable feature of this lake is its rose pink colour. The colour is permanent, and does not alter when the water is taken in a container.

Although the source of the pink colour has not been definitively proven in the case of Lake Hillier, the pink colour of other salt lakes (e.g., Pink Lake) in the region arises from a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria. Another hypothesis is that the pink colour is due to red halophilic bacteria in the salt crusts.

Despite the unusual hue, the lake exhibits no known adverse effects upon humans. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink, but from the shoreline it looks more like a clear pink hue is in the water. The shoreline is also covered in salt crust deposits.
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It is so named for its pink waters, caused by Dunaliella salina algae in the water that produce a red pigment that uses sunlight to create more energy, turning the waters pink.
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PINK LAKE LOCATIONS:
Lake Retba, Senegal
Hutt Lagoon, Australia
Pink Lake, Australia
Lake Hillier, Australia
Salina de Torrevieja, Spain
Dusty Rose Lake, Canada
Masazir Lake, Azerbaijan
Quairading, Australia
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Whatever it is... Australia has the most of it.

It seems to be unspoken knowledge that Lake Hillier is different from the others... so why is that?

Salt?

Space/meteor matter?



Anyone have any explanations, theories/thoughts, or other earth oddities to share?


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Re: The Pink Lakes - Lake Hillier, Lake Retba, etc.
God spilled a little of his Pepto-Bismol

Don't be concerned!
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God spilled a little of his Pepto-Bismol

Don't be concerned!
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Man that's a weird looking lake, never seen anything like that before!
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Man that's a weird looking lake, never seen anything like that before!
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Yeah man I especially love the interesting contrast of the blue water, and the pink water on the other side.


I'm going with rock from space colliding to make the lake itself (specifically Hillier) and it's pink because of some alien (hard to detect) organisms which are confined to the lake.
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But if it really is just salt... I think it has magical qualities and I totally want some to put in my food...

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Thanks for posting this, soo interesting.... And eerie.

Even thoughitssays it's safe, would you guys swim in it?

Iam not sure if I could, but yet, it would be so awesome to be able to say I did it....
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I think algae is the most primal form of life.
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I think algae is the most primal form of life.
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Even thoughitssays it's safe, would you guys swim in it?

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I would definitely swim in it and make sure it got well into all my orifices and I would probably ingest some of it too.


I went to Alaska recently and saw the blue waters caused by glacial flour...

This is an aerial shot I took:

glacialflour

I would have loved to swim in that and drink some.
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Looks like even Mother Earth is pink on the inside. ;-`)
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Even thoughitssays it's safe, would you guys swim in it?

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I would definitely swim in it and make sure it got well into all my orifices and I would probably ingest some of it too.


I went to Alaska recently and saw the blue waters caused by glacial flour...

This is an aerial shot I took:

:glacialflour:

I would have loved to swim in that and drink some.
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I would love to go to the tourquoise water in the little colorado...

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