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A salt lake in Melbourne has turned pink due to a combination of sunlight, warm temperatures and low rainfall.

Wildlife officers said algae growing in the salt crust at the bottom of Westgate Park's lake produce a red pigment.
"Enjoy the views, but we recommend you don't come into contact with the water," Parks Victoria said.

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