Check this out!!! Goldstream River on Vancouver Island suddenly turned neon green last week that disturbed residents and scientists alike.
For those who witness the green river, they worried much of the effect of this by contaminating fishes and other wildlife. But according to Environment Ministry staff, the green water will not harm fish, any other creatures in the water or their habitat.
But a water sample now verifies that the unusual color change was the presence of the fluorescein.
Fluorescein, a tracing product usually used to find leaks and diagnose medical conditions and is non-toxic and according to the experts, synthetic organic compound soluble in water and alcohol.
At the same time, the water in the fountain of Langford, B.C. also turns green according to the report.
However, while the chemical is non-toxic, it can cause harsh reactions in humans.