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Quite a surprise': Why Sydney pond turned pink

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A Sydney wetland has turned pink in an unusual sight that left a top scientist on a mosquito survey bemused.
Associate Professor Cameron Webb from NSW Health Pathology was surveying Sydney Olympic Park yesterday when he came across a pastel pink pond.
The wetland was in an "out of the way spot" within Bicentennial Park on the edge of a mangrove, a critical habitat that helps protect land from erosion.
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