Hillier, the pink lake is found on the verge of Recherch Archipelago’s major island in Australia. It is merely slightly away from it is normal colour of Lower Ocean, but in revenge of the force from the neighbor, it does indeed not want to leave its pink color. That is said that the reason is the response of sodium bicarbonate and the sea salt or afflicted by red halophilic bacteria in the sodium crusts. Some says that there is a huge strawberry farm under the water. This can be a lake, which is absolutely very salty but safe for swimming. Nevertheless, the pink water is merely used for the treatment for non-Australian problems.
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