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  1. Jan 16,  · Other colors to avoid include black, brown, gray, and any snow containing obvious particles of grit or grime. The snow that falls around smokestacks, active volcanoes, and radiation accidents (think Chernobyl and Fukushima) should not be ingested. But, the most common warnings about eating snow concern eating snow near roads.
  2. Ambience - wintertime - shoveling snow in the street - perspective from above - XY stereo.
  3. Dec 21,  · Whether you’re catching flakes on your tongue or making a batch of snow cream, eating snow is a winter tradition that most of us can’t pass up. But is it safe? Mostly, according to scientists.
  4. Nov 16,  · The most common warnings about eating snow have to do with eating snow near roads. Exhaust fumes used to contain lead residues, which would get into the snow. Toxic lead isn't a modern-day concern, but it's still best to collect snow away from busy streets.
  5. Jan 23,  · As it falls, snow forms a sort of net for catching pollutants in the atmosphere. Pesticides and dirt from soil can also end up in there. Still, most researchers told us they'd eat it, with caveats.
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  7. Mar 17,  · If the snow is freshly-fallen out in the countryside and hasn’t made any contact with anything except for the snow that’s under it, it’s probably okay to eat a small amount of it. But don’t forget that when the snow is falling it picks up particles and pollutants in the air, so even if it looks pure it’s not completely clean.
  8. Jun 28,  · If you are in a survival situation, then eating snow is not a good idea. If you’re eating snow there are two things that can be assumed: 1 is that there is snow and therefore it is cold, and 2 is that you are thirsty. Eating snow for water has a c.
  9. Feb 08,  · We were outside for about 20 min. with temps in the mid 20's. When we came in, Mitzi, 11fell asleep on my lap as usual. I noticed she was shivering so I covered her and held her until it stopped (about 30 min). Eating snow is probably harmless, but for seniors it should not be allowed.

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