Have you ever noticed that your blood seems to be green in deep waters? That is, nevertheless, surprising.
How Colors Change with the Depth Underwater?
Because light travels faster in the air than in water, it is refracted at the water’s surface before being scattered or absorbed by solid particles. The majority of light is absorbed within 10 meters, and nothing reaches deeper than 150 meters.
Why Blood appears Green underwater depths & oceans?
Colors in the visible spectrum of light such as red, yellow, and orange have longer wavelengths and may reach depths of 15, 30, and 50 meters, respectively. Violet, blue, and green light have shorter wavelengths and may travel further underwater. Blue is the color that reaches the deepest, which is why ocean water and other tropical waters seem blue in the majority of situations.