By Kristen E. Strubberg Editor-in-Chief
These frozen peculiarities are most often found in Antarctica and the Baltic Sea. They made a surprise appearance, however, on the River Dee in Scotland. Biologist Jamie Urquhart found the circles of ice at Lummels Pool, located downstream of British Queen’s summer residence Balmoral Castle. Urquhart along with the River Dee Trust suspect the unusual ice formation occurs when foam freezes while swirling in an eddy.
The River Dee is best know for it’s abundant salmon. Now it can proudly state it serves the frozen delicacy of ice pancakes.
Original article at CNN.
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