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Shoot: Daldykan River in Russia Turns Red

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The Daldykan River in Russia, which flows through the industrial city of Norilsk above the Arctic Circle, turns bright red, possibly due to chemical contamination from the nearby Norilsk Nikel factory, the largest Nickel producer in the world.
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
8 Sep, 2016
Daldykan River in Russia Turns Bright Red
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