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A fast-flowing spring gushes year-round on Canada's Ellesmere Island, Canadian researchers recently discovered. The freshwater spring is the world's farthest…Read More »





north perennial spring ever discovered. The deep gash carved in a hillside by the spring resembles gullies on Mars, the scientists said.   Less «
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