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Red Rrain

Nature volume 63, pages 471472 (14 March 1901) | Download Citation

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AN unusual, though it can scarcely be called a rare, meteorological phenomenon is reported from Italy, and has been made the subject of much highly coloured descriptive writing in the daily Press. The plain facts are thus gen by Reuter's correspondent in Palermo in a telegram dated March 10:

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