Why is the grand canyon so red?



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    The red color of the grand canyon, and many of the red rocks, for that matter, comes from iron oxides in the rock layers. This is essentially rust in the rocks.

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    High iron content within the Grand Canyon rusts and turn the rocks reddish brown.

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