Frozen Lake Creates Unique Bubbles in China's Northernmost City

Due to the cold air, the lowest temperature in China's northernmost city Mohe in Heilongjiang province has dropped to -30 deg C.

Located in the Guanyin Mountain Scenic Area, Lianhua Lake has frozen and presents a spectacular scene of ice bubbles.

Ice bubbles appear when methane released by plants on the bottom of the lake is trapped by the extremely cold ice as it rises.

The crystal-clear ice bubbles with various shapes spread into an area of more than 3,000 square meters on the lake, attracting lots of tourists and photographers.

Source: chinadaily

Editor: Crystal H

Editor's Pick

Abused 5 Times in 1 Year: Makeup Celebrity Shares Her Story

100 Jobs in Shortage of Talent in China!The Highest Shortage Is

Be Careful of Passing out Drunk like This! Or Else...

Holidays in 2020: Chinese Calendar Is Officially Announced!

There Is Only One Student In This School...

She Pretended to Be Her Friend's Boyfriend for 8 Years! And Now