Here’s an amazing clip from the BBC series Frozen Planet. The film crew used time-lapse photography to capture “brinicle” forming under sea ice. As the beautiful icicle forms, it also becomes deadly — once it touches down, the resulting web of ice kills the slow-moving life on the sea floor. You can read more about the phenomenon here.
BBC Film Crew Captures Time-Lapse of Underwater “Icicle of Death”
- Published on November 24, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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