It’s not because of dyes or some fancy experiment. Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela is suffering from extreme contamination, which is reflected in its hue. "Before you saw more fish, now you see more oil, more duckweed," fisherman Herberto Molero said. "When you pass by the beaches you can see the diesel spills, plastic fuel tanks - everything is thrown into the lake." Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.