The cleanest water in the world can be found in Tiny Township, Ontario, Canada – off Nattawasaga Bay and the Georgian Bay. It was discovered when the water was tested for pollutants during the planning stages for a garbage dump. The levels of metals and pollutants in the water is so low, the water is comparable to Arctic ice cores.
You will find the clearest water in areas where there are coral reefs. This is because there are so few surface nutrients in the water with constant temperatures. Since there is a lack of nutrients in the surface water, phytoplankton cannot survive there, which is one reason for the clear blue color. Another reason is that since the water is so warm, and so less dense than colder waters, sunlight is able to penetrate deeper and much more easily.
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