Disney Reveals Why Jungle Cruise Water Turned Pink at Disneyland

Guests visiting Disneyland on July 18 who came to the park may have been surprised that the water at Jungle Cruise had turned… pink? Jokes were cracked on social media as to the reason, but it was actually more innocuous than expected, according to the Orange County Register.

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Disneyland officials told the Orange County Register that the pink tint was part of a short and routine water treatment plan, which occurred at several locations around Disneyland Resort on Monday. The pink water dissipated within a few hours, and guests were not riding Jungle Cruise during the treatment, and the attraction returned to normal operation later in the day.

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  1. What they aren’t telling you is that they needed to treat the water because of a sewage spill. Most of the waterways are connected around the park so once one is contaminated they are all contaminated.

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