Water suddenly turns pink, smells foul and kills fish in Singapore (videos and pictures)

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Waters in a canal at Sentosa Cove, Singapore turned bright pink emitting a foul sewage-like smell. Picture: The Heron of the Green Barrels

The water running through coastal Sentosa South Cove has turned pinkish-purple since Tuesday afternoon, January 12, 2021, alarming residents.

Warning signs emerged on Jan. 5th when a foul, sulfurous, sewage-like smell came from the waterway. The odor became stronger over the next few days and dead fish started appearing near the banks from Wednesday last week to Sunday.

The waterways were combed on Monday morning and no dead fish were found, and the foul smell had also cleared up. But when residents thought the worst was over, the waters turned pinkish-purple on Tuesday.

As a precautionary measure, SCRM has advised residents to refrain from water sport activities in the waterway. SCRM will continue to monitor the waters,” said the spokesman.

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The mysterious pink canals of Sentosa Cove, Singapore in January 2021. Picture:

A biologist said the coloured water was caused by a pico-cyanobacteria bloom – a form of algae bloom, which is due to the heavy and persistent rain over the past couple of weeks.

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Water turns pink in Singapore. Picture: Jinghui Lean

Algae blooms can remove dissolved oxygen from the water, harming marine life. But it is unclear if the fish deaths and the strange purple water are linked. Oxygen deprivation? Toxins produced by algae blooms? High concentrations of algae species?

Officials say there is no indication of any industrial or marine pollution that could have affected the waters in the surrounding area.

More news about water mysteriously turning pink or red on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle. [StraitsTime, MalayMail, MotherShip]

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Blame horrible things like this on the Death Cult that currently rules over the world right now. These people are insane and will destroy all good things.

  2. Hmmm, never seen a bloom like that. Wonder if something spilled in there, and a coverup is happening?

    Too bad all the fish died. Can’t be good for the sea birds that feed in there either. Looks more like a ecological disaster.

    • Nah just do basic math FFS, 12,000 yr ago we had a big ice age. They work on a 12000 yr cycle, which means the eddy super grand solar minimum has started already , plus all four of the sun’s magnetic limbs are outta phase which also says it’s started. It’s got fuckall to do with geoengineering it’s a natural cycle that keeps cancerous humanity in its place

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