Pumpkin Spring, an Arsenic Pool in the Grand Canyon

Pumpkin Spring is a geological oddity is a limestone formation off the Colorado River. Some water spills over the top, but that which remains has a deadly mixture of arsenic, copper, zinc and lead. It's dangerous, but beautiful. View more pictures at the link.

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