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Algae Caused “Blood Snow” in Antarctica

WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED: Streaks of red called “blood snow” has been seen in the past several weeks covering Antarctica’s snow. The red colors are actually caused by red-bloodied algae that…

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The Ice in Antarctica Is Humming A Mournful Song

WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED: Winds blowing constantly on the Ross Ice Shelf’s surface cause vibrations that produce “somber” seismic tones. The ice’s “singing” isn’t audible to human ears, but researchers picked…

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