Scientists solve mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls
Scientists have long been puzzled by the origins of the mysterious, blood-red waterfall that streams down Taylor Glacier in Antarctica. First discovered by geoscientist Griffith Taylor in 1911, the source of the Blood Falls' eerie red ooze finally has an explanation, thanks to new research out of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado College. The...
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