Snow that appears prefer it was combined with meals coloring just isn’t what you’d count on to see in Antarctica — or anyplace else, for that matter.

However that is the weird phenomenon scientists lately photographed on an Argentine island in Antarctica.

The pictures, depicting a watermelon-colored snow, have been revealed by Ukraine’s Ministry of Science and Training. Hotter climate throughout the Antarctic summer season prompts the spores to germinate, triggering an algae bloom that creates these bizarre pockets of pink “watermelon snow,” the Each day Mail reported.

The intense crimson photosynthetic algae — which might thrive in very low temperatures — are situated in snowfields world wide.

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Scientists have photographed wonderful photos of ‘watermelon snow’ in Antarctica.
((Ministry of Science Ukraine; EAS))

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The Ukrainian scientists advised the Mail: “Such snow contributes to local weather change, as a result of the red-raspberry shade snow displays much less daylight and melts quicker.”

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“Consequently, increasingly brilliant algae are fashioned within the snow,” they mentioned.