This pink lake found in Middle Island, Western Australia is really one fabulous freak of nature. I guess a lot of women would love to visit this lake and hang out with the rest of the sorority girls during summer vacation, but sorry sisters it is strictly prohibited to even come close near this spot. The color of the water doesn't change when you put it on a container as it is proven to be permanent just like a pink lemonade kool aid drink.
The reason why the color of the water turns to pink remains undetermined up to this day, but according to scientific studies and research there is a high probability that a green microalgae called Dunaliella Salina causes the water to turn pink. A halobacteria and the unusual high salt concentration in the water can also be one of the few factors that creates the flamboyant pink hue.