The stream flowing into the Ouse River in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England suddenly turned blue, sometimes green, making the people here surprised and worried.
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This strange phenomenon lasted for months. And the culprit in the striking color of the spring water is attributed to a liquid like soap. But the source of this strange liquid remains a mystery.
Some dogs became ill after swimming underwater. The Environment Agency is inspecting industrial parks around Huntingdon for sources of pollution.
Experts say the reason for the change in spring water is the dye. Dr James Ebdon, an expert at the Department of Environmental Microbiology at the University of Brighton, said the common artificial dyes in the fabric industry were the cause of this phenomenon.
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