This Happens If You Drop Ice Down A 90m Deep Borehole On Antarctic

Peter Neff is one of the glaciologists who drill holes in Antarctica into ice to study the melting of ice. These days, he has shared a special video clip on the web, which is a true grazing experience for the eyes and ears.

He threw a piece of ice into a hole that reached a depth of 90 meters, and recorded the result on the camera. And how did it all sound?

More than 98% of the Antarctic surface is covered with ice with an average thickness of 1.9 km and contains as many as 70 percent of all fresh water on Earth. Due to the thick layer of ice, its surface is very high, with an average altitude of 2,300 meters.

Watch the video and listen the special sounds for yourself. This is a clip that you could watch for hours.
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