Interesting Details On Icicles
Taken by Conor McDonald on February 13, 2017 @ Co.Derry - Ireland
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Date Taken: 2018:02:13 16:14:01
 
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During a recent walk in a beautiful forest we noticed some interesting details on the inside of these icicle. We were wondering if we could get an explanation on how they formed
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Hi Conor, I think what has happened here is that the Sun has melted the icicle a little bit and then its got cold again and that is why the ice has fractured and has lots of funny specks of air in it, I live in a very hot country so Im not an expect on what ice does in the wild, I hope this helps, keep looking for unusual things :-)
Posted by noeleen22 2018-02-17 02:58:01
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