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Snow has taken on a sinister-looking blood red colour at a Ukrainian research station due to a type of algae which contributes to climate change.

For several weeks, scientists working at the Vernadsky Research Base in Antarctica have been surrounded by what they call “raspberry snow”.

Images released by Ukraine’s Ministry of Education and Science on Monday showed the phenomenon, which is caused by microscope snow algae when weather conditions are favourable during Antarctica’s summer months.

https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/red-snow-antarctica-research-station-ukraine-algae-climate-change-a9361091.html

https://www.livescience.com/antarctica-bleeds-watermelon-snow.html

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DirtyDocMartens

Reminds me of the remake of The Thing.

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third_eye

Used to be baby seals blood... back in the days... 

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MissJatti

Looks like a genocide massacre 

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