A Bubble Bath Ocean
In Sydney, Australia foam covered the beaches and nearby buildings.
The foam was so light that the bystanders could puff it out of their hands and watch it float away.
The foam stretched 30 miles out into the Pacific.
Scientists explain that the foam is created by impurities in the ocean, such as salts, chemicals, dead plants, decomposed fish and excretions from seaweed.
This was caused by powerful currents which caused the water to form bubbles.
These bubbles stick to each other as they are carried below the surface by the current towards the shore.
As a wave starts to form on the surface, the motion of the water causes the bubbles to swirl upwards and, massed together, they become foam.
This is pretty cool, but I am just glad I was not there when this happened.