For thousands of years humans have been producing salt in many of the ways that we still do today. Solar salt is produced by capturing sea salt in shallow ponds where the sun evaporates most of the water. During this process, the water takes on different colors based on micro-organisms that continually respond to the ever-changing salinity.
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