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Brinicles - Icicles of Death
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Brinicles - Icicles of Death
Using timelapse cameras, BBC camera crews and specialists recorded a deadly spire of salt water emerging from the sea ice and carving a path along the sea floor.

This footage is from the fantastic BBC documentary series called Frozen Planet. We highly recommend checking it out!

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Posted by nova on November 23, 2011
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