Watermelon Snow Confidential

I had to share this cool article from our friends over at summitpost.org. Surely you’ve seen the stripes of sweet-smelling, pink snow in the summer. Perhaps you knew this “watermelon” snow is an algae that processes a neurotoxin in high doses. But there is much more to know about this worldwide mountain phenomenon. Read Summitpost’s article on watermelon snow here.

Watermelon-snow
Image by summitpost.org member saintgrizzly.

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