It looks like a scene from a violent movie but it’s a spectacular natural phenomenon which creates lot of buzz among tourists who are heading towards southern France. The stunning scenes of blood coloured lake in Camargue, southern France, may look very dramatic but are actually thought to be caused by the high levels of salt within the water.

According to a website report, Camargue in France is a river delta where the Rhône meets the sea. The picturesque area is home to numerous salt flats, and it is this concentration of salt that will occasionally stain red the regions normally blue water.


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