Trivia Crack Answer: Australia
About the pink lake of Australia
The country of Australia has a pink lake. The pink lake of this country is a salt lake located in Western Australia outside of Esperance. The color of the pink lake is believed to be caused by alga, brine pawn and a specific kind of bacteria. The pink lake is located on an island in the Recherche Archipelago. The Archipelago and the pink lake are both part of the country of Australia. The pink lake was first documented in 1802. The lake does not always appear pink, but with the right weather and light conditions, the water looks almost like bubblegum. The pink lake is located an 8 hour drive or 2 hour flight from Perth. The pink color of this water is not due to the soil or light, as you can take water out of the lake and it still appears pink. Although other countries have pink lakes as well, the pink lake in Australia is one of the most famous and largest. It is 2 miles long and 1 mile wide at its largest areas. The pink lake has more salt than the sea or ocean. The pink lake is used as a source of salt by a company called WA Salt. The lake is also an ‘Important Bird Area’ because it is a home to hooded plovers and banded stilts, endangered and vulnerable species, respectively.