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Alps Mountain turns pink due to Algae growth

  • The higher the volume, the more snow will melt

  • The red flag of danger is a beautiful little glacier

  • Melon-colored snowflakes are all over

  • It is also visible from the airplane

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New Delhi: Alps Mountain have suddenly turned pink. However, earlier the

glacier in the Antarctica area was also reported to be green. In India too, the color

of Lunar Lake in Maharashtra had suddenly turned pink. But the pink color seen

on the glacier of the Alps Mountain is considered by scientists and

environmentalists as a red flag of danger. According to him, now the earth has

begun to indicate that it is not capable of withstanding any more pollution. Due to

this, many types of unexpected changes can also start without any prior notice.

Once this process is started, it will not be a matter of human bash to get it stopped

again or to be taken back to the previous position. Therefore, the developments in

the Alps Mountains are constantly being monitored and in-depth investigation is

being done on the pink icebergs. The Alps Mountain is the most important place

for tourists in the area of Europe. Suddenly, a sheet of pink color has been spread

over the snow. People were surprised to see this, but immediately environmental

experts made it clear that this is a normal seasonal process. Through this, it can be

understood that the melting speed of the glacier there has been faster than normal.

Right now, due to the corona lock down, there is no rush of tourists on this entire

Alps mountain range.

Alps Mountain is presently free from tourists

Otherwise, under normal circumstances, there is an influx of people who come

here for years. Experts, who came to investigate the matter after receiving

information about the appearance of pink color on the glacier, have found that it is

actually a type of algae. The change of color means the rapid melting of the ice

there. This Algae is spreading rapidly in the event of snow receding in the glacier.

Because of this, the entire area is now starting to look pink. Those passing by

airplanes close to the Alps Mountain are also able to see this scene. But this is

actually a sign of danger, which lake scientists are worried about.

Due to the growth of this species, the melting speed of the glacier increases

further. This plant, which gets its nutrition from ice, also goes on melting the ice

fast. Citing data about this, scientist De Mauro of the National Research Council

of Italy said that this year there has been less freezing in the cold and in spring

season the weather has become hotter. But he hopes that in the coming days this

balance can be made by nature itself. If this is not done then it should be

considered as a sign of great danger to the Earth. The color of the melon, like

pink, may be nice to see, but it produces a weather capable of accelerating the

melting of the glacier.

Scientists investigating algae of Presena Glacier in northern Italy

Scientists in Italy are studying this situation on the Presena Glacier in northern

Italy. The scientist is concerned that this sequence is gradually accelerating and

due to this the lack of snow on the Alps mountain range can be felt. There are less

snowfall figures this year. Also, the record of high temperature is also available

with the research team. So as the algae grow on the Alps, the melting speed of ice

will continue to intensify. Remember that a few days ago, due to the color of the

glacier in Antarctica being green, scientists had researched that a new type of life

is emerging there. On the other hand the water color in the Lonar lake in India had

turned pink overnight. The reasons for this have not been explained so far.

Thousands of tourists also come here every year to see this lake made by falling

meteorites.


 

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