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Snow bacteria Tue, Apr 01, 2014
Snowflakes form around particles called nucleators, which can be anything from dust and soot to bacteria.  Some research showed that as much as 85% of nucleators in some regions are bacteria.  Maybe that's another reason why people say you shouldn't eat snow.  (via Radiolab) #nature


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