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Bear In Mind The Muskox

Muskoxen are not the only charismatic creatures perfectly suited to the wind-blasted, tundra of the Alaskan Arctic. Meet Joel Berger, Wildlife Conservation Society senior scientist, Colorado State University professor...

The scientist that grows ‘identical twin snowflakes’

Snow crystals form when humid air is cooled to the point that molecules of water vapor start sticking to each other. In the clouds, crystals usually start forming around a tiny microscopic dust particle, but if the wa...

Yukino-otani, the huge snow walls of the Tateyama Snow Corridor

Fly by drone over the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, a 90 km route crossing Tateyama in the Japanese Alps. This snow corridor has become famous for Yukino-ōtani, a valley of snow with canyon-like walls that can reach 2...

Ice music made on hand-carved ice instruments

Tim Linhart was an ice sculptor in Colorado. One day he carved an upright string bass from ice and was astonished at the beautiful sound it made. Now he is the founder of Ice Music, based in Luleå, Swedish Lapland. Ic...

Ice crystals form on the surfaces of backlit bubbles

It became a tradition since last year, so as there was almost -20 degrees (Celsius), I made some freezing bubbles for my kids. Couldn't stop myself from filming it again :) From Warsaw-based photographer and videog...

Building Frozen Castles with the Master of Ice

Every year, from January 5th to around February 25th, the city of Harbin, China transforms into a frozen city of light for the annual Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. The sculptures are massive architectural feats con...

Building a traditional Swedish snölykta (snow lantern)

This winter I was in sweden again, and built a traditional swedish "snölykta" (snow lantern) together with my father, trying to build a larger one than we did when I was a child. And we actually managed! (Since usuall...

‘Darkness Is My Canvas, Light Is My Brush’

Light painter Hannu Huhtamo uses darkness as a canvas for his long exposure photographs, capturing fluid light trails of flashlights and other kinds of glowing tools that he uses to draw in the air. In this video from...

Clearing snow from the cables on the Port Mann Bridge

The Port Mann Bridge is one of the largest cable stay suspension bridges in the world. To keep traffic flowing during winter storms, teams of Rope Access Technicians hang high over traffic to operate the bridge's snow...

The Girl and the Cloud

When Anna gets her very own snow cloud as a Christmas gift, it's the perfect surprise. They grow to be the best of friends, and have lots of fun. But when the summer season comes, something changes. The cloud becomes ...

Katie Melua’s Perfect World, a wintry adventure

From award-winning directors Karni and Saul, watch as a mother and child brave the winter landscape, facing fairy tale-like dangers, challenges, and magical snow slides together. The story is the background for Katie ...

Why does a frozen lake sound like a Star Wars blaster?

Ice can make all sorts of sounds: cracking, crackling, musical booooooms... and that pew! pew! Star Wars blaster sound. How? In this episode of NPR's Skunk Bear, we learn about acoustic dispersion and how the phenomen...

A winter solstice time lapse in Fairbanks, Alaska

Filmed in time lapse on December 21, 2012 by weather researcher Taro Nakai, enjoy the sun moving low across the sky for the winter solstice in Fairbanks, Alaska, a city that's around 193 kilometers (120 miles) south o...

Secrets Of The Snowy Owl

Follow the migration path of Baltimore, a young male snowy owl outfitted with a GPS transmitter backpack for a research project called Project Snowstorm. Project Snowstorm's researchers are following the owls by t...

Hydroponic Spinach – How Does it Grow?

How do you grow one of the most nutrient-packed greens on the planet in the middle of snowy winter weather? How Does It Grow's Nicole Cotroneo Jolly visits BrightFarms where Head Farmer Jason Jackson keeps the baby sp...

The Iditarod from above and from the trail

From high above the 44th Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Anchorage, where 85 teams are competing for the win in Nome, Alaska Dispatch News captured the race's abbreviated three mile ceremonial start on March 5, 2016. ...

Crackling ice stacking on the shore of Lake Superior

On the Brighton Beach shore of the largest Great Lake -- Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota -- photographer Dawn M. LaPointe captured a stunning natural phenomenon: ice stacking. With the wind blowing during 8°F (-22°...

Winter Snowstorm Jonas, a time lapse in Manhattan

From a window looking down upon the Upper East Side of Manhattan, watch snow accumulate in a time lapse made during winter storm Jonas, the city's first big snowstorm of 2016. Jonas dumped an impressive 26.8 in (6...

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