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Berkeley Pit – the most dangerous and toxic lake (7 pics)

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In fact, it's not a natural lake, it’s a former open pit copper mine. It is situated in Butte, Montana, USA, and it is filled with 30 billion gallons of deadly toxic water (mix of heavy metals and poisonous chemicals). When this enormous mine was closed in 1982, groundwater began to leak into the basin – disastrously passing through the metal deposits in the soil. The water here was responsible for killing 342 snowgeese who landed there and died in 1995.

1 Berkeley Pit – the most dangerous and toxic lake (7 pics)


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7 Berkeley Pit – the most dangerous and toxic lake (7 pics)


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№1 Author: NooFoo (9 Oct 2009 14:51) Total user comments: 799


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what a shame
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№2 Author: Some Guy (9 Oct 2009 20:10) Total user comments: 0


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All in the name of profit!
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№3 Author: olexo (9 Oct 2009 20:59) Total user comments: 839


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rad!!!
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№4 Author: Louie (9 Oct 2009 21:26) Total user comments: 8189


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№5 Author: dodgers01 (9 Oct 2009 22:04) Total user comments: 238


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what happens when you get in?? 88
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№6 Author: jacobo (10 Oct 2009 00:03) Total user comments: 184


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oh ....
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№7 Author: tapatio (10 Oct 2009 00:04) Total user comments: 2047


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damn...so pretty..!
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№8 Author: ash666 (10 Oct 2009 06:19) Total user comments: 1856


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wow
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№9 Author: mudassargold (10 Oct 2009 12:46) Total user comments: 1951


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wow amazing
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№10 Author: jmays931 (10 Oct 2009 19:36) Total user comments: 529


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What a shame? In the name of profits? Are you serious

This is were all the wire came from that runs your little hippie homes...and those annoying little smart electric cars

move to a cave somewhere, stop buying anything, eat only what you can find (no growing anything cause your hurting mother earth) then and only then should you bitch about the environment
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№11 Author: salsapopo (11 Oct 2009 10:32) Total user comments: 12723


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dame
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№12 Author: walmartmafia007 (11 Oct 2009 11:58) Total user comments: 15


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LoL Everyone is always so bitter in the comment section...
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№13 Author: Sondahr (11 Oct 2009 16:44) Total user comments: 0


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Looks like somewhere straight out of Half Life
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№14 Author: NooFoo (11 Oct 2009 18:41) Total user comments: 799


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salsapopo,
jmays931,
jmays931,

At least where I live, mines are ordered to set aside profits for enviromental remediation, for you simpletons...bring it back to the way it was before you started mining...I'm glad i don't live in the USA...
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№15 Author: Fuzzy (12 Oct 2009 15:17) Total user comments: 1130


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№16 Author: mirrebex (14 Oct 2009 02:17) Total user comments: 475


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If i could only push my mother-in-law in there.. 11
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№17 Author: snake eyes (6 Mar 2010 19:51) Total user comments: 64


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you can utilise resources without destroying environment. these folks are shameless 39
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