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Who knows why the Olympic Diving Pool got green? As the world views its new obscure, unpredictable shadow, we see the lakes and the rivers which are naturally colourful – but yes, completely inappropriate for diving.

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1. Lake Hillier, Australia – 

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This bubblegum pink pool of water on the Middle Island from the south coast of Western Australia – does not lose its colour even after taking it out of the lakes.

2. Devil Bath lake, New Zealand

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Devil Bath lake is one of stunning lakes in New Zealand.

As if its colour was not sufficient, there is clearly a sulfur in the lake of Devil – so you will not want to wander for a long time. Take it out in the Wai-o-Tapu Wonderland in Rotorua.

3. Laguna Verde, Bolivia

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The colour of this salt lake varies with the weather, from attractive turquoise to a dinghy jade. Mineral Deposit – Including Arsenic – Build Variable Colors You will find it near the Chilean border in south-western Altiplano of Bolivia.

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4. Hells of Beppu, Japan

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Hells – or thermal springs – are so hot that they are used for cooking instead of bathing. There are steam dip pools for bathing nearby, do you have to dip a (cooler but less colourful)

5. Blue Lagoon, Iceland 

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Iceland’s most famous geothermal pool pulls in crowds for emerald hues by silica, algae and minerals made by its minerals. It is encouraging, Instagrammable, and Keflavik Airport is very easy – what’s not to love?

6. Chott el Djerid, Tunisia

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In the extreme heat of the Sahara desert, bacteria grows in Chott el Djerid thrive. They change water to all types of crazy colours – purple, pink and red are the most common colours.

7. Betsiboka River, Madagascar

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The wild red sediment Betsiboka gives its colour After cross-crossing through Mangrove, it deposits odour in the ocean.

8. Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

Algae and red sediments have changed the red colour of this lake – and the resident adds an extra dash of flamingos colour.

9. Caño Cristales, Colombia 

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From July to November, this Colombian river is a technicolour remedy: locals call it “liquid rainbow”. Local plantation becomes yellow, blue, green and red – It seems that water is also changing colours.

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10. Yellow River, China 

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This stretch of water in the other contains 1.6 billion tons of odour every year – and that’s what colour it gives. It is more spectacular when seen from a distance: the water looks dirty and obscure.

11. Quilotoa, Ecuador 

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Decomposed minerals have defeated the Andean Volcano Lake green. Caldera has formed 800 years ago after an explosion.

12. Lake Retba, Senegal 

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People who use salt crop in this lake, they use shea butter to protect their skin from the high salt content of water. Incredibly, some fish are friendly to live in this hostile environment.

13. Grand Prismatic Spring, USA 

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Rainbow-burning hole in Yellowstone National Park, one of the world’s largest hot pools, is the most vivid in spring. Microorganisms give water its colour, although the centre of the pool is so hot that it is sterile.

14. Kelimutu, Indonesia

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The three craters of the Kelimutu volcano are on the same peak, but they are different colours. Local believe that they are coloured by spirits.

15. Emerald Lakes, New Zealand

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Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of New Zealand’s most popular day, through provocation of the volcanic landscape and tilt of hot waterfalls. Emerald Leaks make for an amazing picnic spot.