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Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures

Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures Photographed in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, the bubbles are made from highly flammable gas methane


Enjoy the snowy winter wonderland while it lasts: After temperatures plunged to MINUS 18C - get ready for the half term thaw

Winter's gift of a frozen ice cream. Back in the 1970s the winters were cold and it often snowed. I also recall snapping icicles off the bathroom window sill and sucking them like an ice pop too.


Banff Upper Hot Springs in Banff National Park. Historic Spa & Bathhouse.#ExploreAlberta #banff #hotsprings


World's Most Beautiful Thermal Baths - Page 3 of 11

Banff Upper Hot Springs Banff may be one of the most stunning settings on earth. Set amidst the spectacular alpine scenery is the Banff Upper Hot Springs. What could possibly sound more inviting than soaking in warm waters whilst surrounded by this incredible winter landscape?


The Chinook winds are known to bring in below freezing temperatures in a short amount of time. They are seen here shaping the clouds. (Photo: Emmanuel Coupe)


Northern lights, camera, action: Wonders of the Aurora Borealis now captured on film

The spectacular Northern Lights turn the sky green and red at Mo i Rana in Nordland


TOP 10 Deadliest Animals In The World - You’ll Never Guess who is #1

1-Mosquitoes make number one on the list of deadliest animal in world. This small blood-sucking insect kills over a million people each year worldwide. It can spread diseases, most notably malaria. It can also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. Mosquitoes are found in abundance in tropical areas and can also survive the winter in countries with lower temperatures such as Canada.