The ‘Brinicle’

January 11, 2015 § 3 Comments

“A brinicle is a long, vertical tube of ice formed beneath the sea. It is known as the icicle of death because it destroys everything it comes in contact with. It’s so cold that it causes the surrounding seawater to freeze around it. The spreading ice kills creatures such as sea urchins and starfishes.”

I just thought it was so beautiful and deadly…

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