View of large ice stalagmites in a cave

View of large ice stalagmites in a cave

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Credit: BERNHARD EDMAIER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ice stalagmites. View of large ice stalagmites in a cave. Ice stalagmites are formed when there is a slow, steady dripping of water from the roof of the cave, which lands on existing ice and freezes, adding to the structures. This cave is part of the Schellenberger Eishohle caves, in the Alps near Marktschellenberg, southern Germany.

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Keywords: cave, climate, cold, frozen, ice, ice stalagmites, icicle, meteorology, schellenberger eishohle, stalagmite, stalagmites, weather, winter

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