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Why the Red River in Spain fascinates scientists

Spain’s Red River is not just a spectacular landscape, it’s a scientific wonder. It might even be a sign that life on Mars is possible.

12/21/2019 8:08 AM
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  • Logan B.
    06/17/2020 04:09

    we need to see this

  • D.P. V.
    06/14/2020 14:54

    Fascinating

  • Wieslaw B.
    06/14/2020 09:30

    😁

  • Aarti B.
    06/13/2020 22:51

    Amazing!

  • Rekha S.
    06/12/2020 12:00

    Beautifull !!

  • Tanja S.
    06/12/2020 11:29

    Cherish life

  • Mer C.
    06/12/2020 11:14

    Río Tinto

  • Houcine O.
    05/04/2020 11:52

    Another beautiful piece of nature destroyed by humans.

  • Angelica P.
    05/04/2020 02:16

    Don't dip your toes in there.

  • John D.
    04/27/2020 01:33

    This is acid mine drainage AMD, we see it everywhere there has been mines, it's very environmentally damaging.

  • Shiva B.
    04/26/2020 12:32

    Nice to see this amazing creation of nature. No one can make it without auto-almighty.

  • Saira K.
    04/25/2020 16:28

    I am afraid of water .

  • Nerea M.
    04/22/2020 05:43

    Los británicos explotaron las minas y destruyeron el entorno, es una vergüenza ética y medioambiental. Este vídeo no refleja la realidad y mucho menos la contaminación de la zona.

  • Jaya S.
    04/22/2020 02:47

    Thanks for this beautiful video

  • Nicholas C.
    04/22/2020 00:14

    Nice

  • Md F.
    04/21/2020 08:33

    Thts the after effect of destroying nature. So don't make confuse us by making this kind of video.......!!!

  • Roy D.
    04/21/2020 07:16

    Bye bye brute

  • Yves S.
    02/03/2020 16:13

    Ce que c'est beau

  • Reyna d.
    02/01/2020 14:08

    Beautiful

  • Ilan A.
    02/01/2020 01:50

    betah ujur