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Exploring The Waterworks Deep Inside The Inner Gorge Of Grand Canyon National Park

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Water gushes from the canyon walls deep within the Inner Gorge of Grand Canyon National Park/NPS

What exists within the place known as the "Inner Gorge" of Grand Canyon National Park? The following video follows three scientists as they explore springs spouting from deep within this section of the park.

According to park, the ecosystems of Grand Canyon's seeps and springs represent some of the most complicated, diverse, productive, provocative, and threatened ecosystems on Earth. Watch this video as the scientists point out 10 of the 12 kinds of classified springs that are found here.

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