Viral: A River In Spain Mysteriously Turned Green. See The Bizarre Photos

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Viral: A River In Spain Mysteriously Turned Green. See The Bizarre Photos

The Gran Valira river in Spain turned green sparking worries of contamination

A river in Spain mysteriously became bright green in colour. The Gran Valira river turned fluorescent green sparking fears of poisoning amid locals.

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But there is nothing to worry about as officials confirmed that the colour was due to a dye added to the water by the local administration. "The dye was entirely harmless, non-toxic and biodegradable and had been used as part of an investigation at a nearby water bottling plant", said the mayor in a statement.

Watch the video of the bright green river here
 
Last year, thousands of people in Catalonia region of Spain fell sick after drinking contaminated water from the water plant. The dye was being used to identify the source of contamination, said the health ministry.
 
Panic-stricken residents shared photos of the slimy green river on social media
 
 

Arinsal gone green 😍

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The incredible Hulk pees in the river of my little country.

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To everyone's relief, the river was back to its natural colour within a few days.

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