Lonar lake suddenly turns to red water, the forest department is engaged in detecting reasons

Lonar lake suddenly turns to red water, the forest department is engaged in detecting reasons

Lonar lake suddenly turns to red water, the forest department is engaged in detecting reasons

Hello friends, Lonar lake in Buldhana district of Maharashtra has always surprised geologists and scientists due to its nature. The water of Lonar Lake has suddenly turned red. However, the reasons for its redness have not been revealed yet. In the last two to 3 days, it has been seen that the blue color of the lake water has changed to red.

 
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The district administration too has started considering this matter as serious. However, research has already been done on this lake before that, even before this, changes are being made in the water of this lake. The forest department has also been asked to collect its samples.

 

This Lonar lake formed by the collision of meteorite body:

Let us tell you that scientists believe that this meteorite of a lake is formed by the collision of bodies. Its salty water indicates that there was once a sea. He also claims that this lake would have formed by hitting this poor 10 lakh ton meteorite body.

The meteorite had broken into 3 parts after hitting the Earth:

The depth of this meteoric lake of about 1.8 kilometers dia is about 500 meters. Even today many scientists from abroad are researching this lake water. According to the information, the meteorite had broken into 3 parts after hitting the earth and it also made a lake in two other places besides Lonar. But the other 2 lakes have now dried up completely.

 

Let us tell you that the water of this lake has been studied by Smithsonian Institution, Joint Geological Survey, Sagar University, and Physical Research Laboratory.

In 2006, this lake will end abruptly:

Let me tell you that around the year 2006 there was a strange movement in Lonar Lake. The water of this lake suddenly evaporated. The villagers had seen small shining crystals of salt and other minerals in the lake instead of this water. The lake was detected organic nitrogen addition in 2007.

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