Ever seen a river with a different color? Surely it is a sight to behold. But some striking rivers in different parts of the world have different colors. An example is the Cristales River in Colombia, South America, which has about five colors. Each of these colors has been traced to their likely sources.
The sight of a colored river is certainly an uncommon one which would leave many viewers astonished. In Peru, South America, a narrow, pinkish-red river can be seen flowing through a large portion of an eroded. The cause of this is phenomena is most probably the red sediments and minerals being carried away by the river.
Interestingly, the two colored rivers referenced in this article are located in the same country – South America.
This really looks fascinating.