Flowing water when the air is below freezing is a rare sight, but at Blood Falls, it's something else entirely: liquid water the color of fresh blood pours out of a crack in an Antarctic glacier. It's taken scientists years to understand why it happens, but what they've discovered could mean good things for finding life on other planets.
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Weird Places: Blood Falls
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Written by Ashley Hamer May 4, 2015
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