Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

The Bosporus that divides the continents of Europe and Asia in Istanbul once again turned turquoise, astonishing the residents and tourists Istanbul due to its marvelous view. The color change in the Black Sea occurred due to phytoplankton, NASA said.

14:43 October 03, 2017 Yeni Şafak
Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

Plankton bloom turns Bosporus turquoise

The Bosporus that divides the continents of Europe and Asia in Istanbul once again turned turquoise, astonishing the residents and tourists Istanbul due to its marvelous view. The color change in the Black Sea occurred due to phytoplankton, NASA said. The Bosporus that divides the continents of Europe and Asia in Istanbul once again turned turquoise, astonishing the residents and tourists Istanbul due to its marvelous view. The color change in the Black Sea occurred due to phytoplankton, NASA said.
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