What about a swim in this bubble-gum pink lake?
May 18, 2017 9:00pm CST
Would you take a dip in this bubble-gum lake? What is it like to swim in there? This is something that I would like to discover. Lake Hillier is found on the Middle Island in West Australia. The vibrant colour is caused by the presence of micro-algae found in the lake. There are pink lakes in many other countries like Senegal, Canada, Spain, Australia and Azerbaijan but Lake Hillier is unique because the water does not change colour due to temperature fluctuations like the other lakes. The water from the lake can be used to treat stomach upsets, heartburn,nausea,diarrhea and indigestion. The pink water isn't toxic and it is safe to swim in. Are you ready to go for a swim now? Image from fhshh.com
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• United States
19 May 17
Now I would love to Nawsheen. But now I am going to say I may be allergic to this pink algae boohoo But it is a lovely pink thought in the lovely pink lake world. I would also wear a pink ballerina dress while bathing in there hahah