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This pond in Hawaii has mysteriously turned bubblegum pink. Is drought to blame?

A pond in Hawaii has turned so bubble-gum pink it could be from the set of “Barbie,” but the bizarre phenomenon is no cause for a party. Scientists are on ground to sought the reason why a pond in Hawaii has turned bubble-gum pink which is seen as a strange occurrence. According to the scientist from Maui-based wildlife refuge the cause for the bizarre phenomenon in Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge In addition Water samples tested at the University of Hawaii suggest that salt-loving bacteria is responsible for the vibrant colour, as recorded by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. In as much as this is now a tourist attraction to many who wants to enjoy the view of this phenomena the relevant authorities are now warning people against entering the water or drinking it.

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  • Princess

    29 w

    If the pond in Hawaii has turned bubblegum pink, it's likely caused by a natural phenomenon such as algae or bacteria rather than drought alone. Let's wait for the scientists to do the research.

    • Joseph Githinji

      29 w

      @princess_nel_268 sure ,it is subject to the research by the scientist, hope they're be able to decipher this.

    • rosebellendiritu

      30 w

      There must be a catalyst that made this reaction happen,but what could it be?

      • walter lungayi

        30 w

        This is such a fascinating phenomenon! I wonder what could be causing the pond to turn pink. I hope scientists are able to investigate and provide some answers.

        • Joseph Githinji

          30 w

          @walter_lungayi true , could be a blessing for the planet

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