Image of the Day: Icy Iron

The red color of Antarctica’s Blood Falls is caused by iron in the water trapped under the Taylor Glacier.

The Scientist Staff
Oct 19, 2015

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, PETER REJCEK

(See “Icebound Microbes Breathe Iron,” The Scientist, April 2009.)

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