The reason why Caribbean water's are so blue is because they are clean and not as polluted as other waters. this is a blessing to the earth because then we would of never known about clean water. Now don't get me wrong, there is pollution in Caribbean water but not as much as in the US.
One of the major reasons the Caribbean Sea is so blue is the depth of the water, paired with the bright, light color of the sand. That makes the water so much brighter than other parts of the Ocean, such as the Indian Ocean.
The Caribbean has very clear blue water because it is clean. This water has not been overly polluted by humans yet.
beacause the sky is blue there and it reflects on the sea and there is less iron in the sea then the atlantic ocean
Caribbean Blue was created on 1991-10-18.
There are no blue jellyfish in the Caribbean; there aren't really many species of jellyfish in the Caribbean anyway.
because its cleaner and people don't pollute
The Caribbean's most important elements are water, climate, and its beaches. The waters in the Caribbean are so beautiful they are nice and clear.
The Caribbean is a sea - it is a body of water.
The crystals are blue so the water around it also turn blue reflecting the crystals color.
Yes, the Caribbean Sea is salt water.
Because it has a lot of islands and because the ocean water isn't just one plain color, it has plenty of colors like light blue, dark blue, aqua, light green, and blue. When I went to the Carribean, it was the most beautiful and peaceful place I ever went to :)
No. Miami is on land, and the Caribbean is water. Miami is sometimes called the Gateway to the Caribbean, but the Greater Antilles (Cuba, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico) mark the Northern "border" of the Caribbean, and they are hundreds of miles from Miami--so it doesn't even overlook the Caribbean itself. So Miami is the closest part of the U.S. Mainland to the Caribbean (and thus the "Gateway").
When you look into an ocean or a lake, the water looks like it's blue. But, up close, water isn't really blue. It's only blue when you look at it in big groups, (like an ocean or a lake, a pond etc.), because the sky is blue, so the color of the sky makes a blue reflection on the water, making it look blue. So, on a map, if you drew water as clear, nobody would be able to tell there was anything there at all! So, water on a map is drawn blue instead.
A blue liquid. The copper sulfate itself is also blue. So it dissolves in water, changing the color of the water to blue.
People go the the Caribbean because it is beautiful. The ocean has a lot of colors like blue, light blue, dark blue, light green, and aqua. Also, the weather is nice and warm. The Caribbean is a great vacation because it is beautiful and very peaceful
Blue is water. So animals that live in water.
Water may be so blue in the Keys and not Myrtle Beach because its color is gotten from the blue in the sky and there may be clearer, bluer skies there.
Caribbean flamingos eats seeds, crustaceans, and green-blue algae. It drinks fresh water.
The bodies of water in Cancun, well, Cancun is an island so it has no water running through it but it is located in the Caribbean Sea.
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The song "Caribbean Blue' was released by Enya in 1991. This is a hit song by Enya which was originally released as the second track on her album "Shepherd Moons".
the Caribbean Sea
The Caribbean has many islands for you to visit. Saint Martin and Antigua are the most popular beach resort areas. They have pristine beaches and beautiful ocean water that truly looks blue.
No, the blue color of the Earth when seen from outer space is given by the atmosphere, not by the water on it.