Gardon river in France turned completely red, for scientific purposes…
Gardon river which runs across southern France, was turned red, from 33 pounds of nontoxic powdered dye, a work of scientists studying the local karstic landscape.
The dye will be used to track the places where the river’s water ends up.
Finalement le Gardon voit la vie en rose #montremoitonprofilkarstique @Gard @Costieres2Nimes pic.twitter.com/rvRLBrEOgQ
— TVSud (@TVSud) June 27, 2017
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