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Haida Gwaii hot spring return unlikely says expert

Too much time has passed since hot water disappeared from Haida Gwaii's national park, making it unlikely the hot springs will return, a geologist says.

"It's like somebody coming out of a coma. With each passing day, the chances of them coming out of it lessens," said Glenn Woodsworth, who is preparing to release the third edition of his book Hotsprings of Western Canada.

Woodsworth speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata:

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