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Generation Snowflake Meets Boiling Acidic Hot Spring - with expected results.



Yellowstone visitor’s body apparently dissolved in acidic hot springs after he looked to soak there




During a college graduation trip to Yellowstone National Park, Colin Scott was looking for hot springs to soak in, the Helena Independent Record reported — a forbidden activity there known as “hot potting.”



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Still the 23-year-old along with his sister Sable left the boardwalk



near Pork Chop Geyser on the afternoon of June 7 and walked several hundred feet up a hill, KULR-TV reported.



Sable Scott was capturing video on her cellphone the moment her brother reached down to check the temperature of a pool — about 6-feet long, 4-feet wide and 10-feet deep — in Norris Geyser basin.



But Colin Scott slipped and fell into the boiling acidic water.



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Rescuing rangers found the Portland, Oregon, resident’s body in the pool that day, along with his wallet and flip flops, but a lightning storm delayed the recovery.



However, when they returned the next day, no remains were found.



Deputy Chief Ranger Lorant Veress, noting the dangerous churning waters, told KULR that



“in a very short order there was a significant amount of dissolving.”



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