Siberia: Russian Arctic River Mysteriously Turns Blood-Red
Sep 7, 2016
Editor's Comment: The locals blame the mining plant, which they've named Nadezhda, saying she's having her time of the month. You have to love Russian humor.
A river outside Russia’s Arctic city of Norilsk has inexplicably turned blood-red, puzzling locals and prompting authorities to launch an investigation into the cause of the anomaly.
The Daldykan River near Norilsk in Siberia lost its natural color on Tuesday, as locals posted jaw-dropping images of the crimson river on social media.