A pond turns red near the Dead Sea for an unknown causeSep 152021
A team of specialists was dispatched to the site to take samples and determine what caused the water color change.
Social media users have shared several photos of an isolated pond near the Dead Sea in the Biblical region of Moab (Jordan) that was recently stained red for a cause that is still unknown.
Pool of water near the Dead Sea turns blood red. Geologists believe the red color might have been caused by algae, iron oxide or added chemicals. pic.twitter.com/MnejRq6fZq— Kenya Daily Monitor (KDM) (@TorrisJohn4) September 14, 2021
Upon hearing the news, the Jordanian Ministry of Water and Irrigation sent a team of specialists last Saturday to take samples and determine the causes of the change, reports The Jerusalem Post. The results of the analyzes are expected to be released in the coming days.
A pool of water located next to the Dead Sea in the biblical region of Moab(Jordan) has unexplainedly turned blood red- with red water conjuring up thoughts of a biblical plague of blood 1/10 cast by God upon the Pharoah of Egypt to free the Jews ex slavery according to the Bible pic.twitter.com/u8KX8LkjvV— Knightess Duckworth Telegram: https://t.me/THKess (@ms_duckworth) September 13, 2021
The color of the pond can be associated with some stories in the Bible, in particular, with the conversion of water into blood, one of the so-called 10 plagues of Egypt. However, specialists believe that the color change may be caused by algae, iron oxide or the discharge of chemicals by humans.