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Maroon glacial deposits lay on top of a grey carbonate reef
08/14/13

 

Maroon glacial deposits lay on top of a grey carbonate reef. Though the photo was taken in Canada's Yukon Territory, the land mass lay in the tropics millions of years ago, indicating just how cold the planet got. Credit: Francis A. Macdonald/Harvard University



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