YinofYang
5 years ago1,000+ Views
Lake Retba in Senegal
All Credit to: BarcroftMedia [http://www.barcroftmedia.com/] The unusual colouring of the water is caused by harmless halophilic bacteria that thrive in the lake’s high-salinity environment. The color is particularly visible during the dry season.
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OMG, thats sooo cool but i wouldnt want to eat any fishes from those water....nah, ill pass....
5 years ago·Reply
Me neither! Lol! It's crazy, though.
5 years ago·Reply
nature's wonder!! amazing color
5 years ago·Reply
Yes, I could hardly believe it myself when I first saw it. XD It seems so unreal.
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