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The water flowing in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys waterfall is blood red.
The water flowing out of a crack in the Taylor Glacier is known as Blood Falls. The stream is red in colour because of iron oxide in the water. More »
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31 Jan 2014 ... As the glaciers on top of the lake began to freeze, the water below became even saltier. Today ... lake that interests scientists more than the waterfall's creepy color. ... The falls and McMurdo Dry Valley can only be reached by ...
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The Antarctica pioneers first attributed the red color to red algae, but later it was ... directly exposed to the very dry polar atmosphere in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. ... at the University of Tenne... View article on Wikipedia »
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This five-story, blood-red waterfall pours very slowly out of the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys. When geologists first discovered the frozen ...
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10 Jun 2014 ... In the windy McMurdo Dry Valley of Antarctica, the waterfall now called ... The water source is an ancient subglacial lake trapped a quarter mile ...
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15 Sep 2014 ... With water three times saltier than sea water, from a Lake devoid of any ... The McMurdo Dry valleys in Antarctica as well as being one of the most ... to a five- story-tall waterfall that flows in a bright red color for the side of an ...
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