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Once-in-a-decade 'ice window' lake in Alaska美国阿拉斯加州一湖泊冻结成十年一遇的冰窗


Once-in-a-decade 'ice window' lake in Alaska 美国阿拉斯加州一湖泊冻结成十年一遇的 “冰窗”


This lake in Alaska is covered in thick ice that looks like glass.


Luc Mehl, Ice rescue instructor
"So usually, these lakes are all covered with snow by the time the water freezes. And I've been skating for about 12 years up here, and I've never seen it like that. So this was a very unusual, sort of unusual environmental conditions."

卢克·梅尔       冰水救援教练员

Luc Mehl, Ice rescue instructor
"The combination of being able to look down three or four metres and see what's on the bottom – I've never experienced that in the 12 years that I've been doing this."

卢克·梅尔       冰水救援教练员

The rare phenomenon has revealed huge rocks at the bottom of Rabbit Lake in Anchorage, Alaska.


Luc Mehl, Ice rescue instructor
"I think what was so special about this ice is that because it's up in the alpine, it's up in the mountains, the lake bottom doesn't have any vegetation, and it's rock instead of soil. And so, the water is really clear."

卢克·梅尔       冰水救援教练员

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