[Watch] Frost Flowers – An Unknown Phenomenon On Sea Ice

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Frost Flowers, commonly, are found growing on young sea ice, in cold and calm conditions. By watching the video you will be surprised to look at the flower like ice, as most of the people do not know the existence of such phenomena.

Highlights:

  1. The thin layers of ice are often formed into exquisite patterns that curl into “petals” that resemble flowers.
  2. Growing on sea ice, frost flowers have extremely high salinities.
  3. Frost flowers grow in patches for about 3-4 cm in diameter.
  4. Frost flowers are efficient releasers of the concentrated sea water chemicals into atmosphere.

Disclaimer: This video is intended for informational purpose only.  This may not be construed as a news item or advice of any sort.  Please consult the experts in that field for the authenticity of the presentations.

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