Is the snow pink in Antarctica?

Yes, some of the snow in Antarctica is pink. The reason is that there is algae that live in the snow, just below the surface. Since the UV rays from the snow are so bright, the algae must protect itself with red pigment. The red algae gives the snow a pink color.




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