When you imagine the Caribbean, you probably think about the crystal-clear, turquoise waters. But have you ever wondered what makes the waters their spectacular color? As it turns out there is a fascinating scientific reason for this. The way in which light interacts with water and, more specifically, with things in the water, is part of the reason.
Reporter Elizabeth Weise explains more in her video answer to this reader question below.
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