5. The Crimson Falls
What do you do when an Arctic glacier starts spewing blood? That’s right, you pray to whatever deity you believe in, and hope for the best… Or you realize it can’t possibly be blood and you’re looking at hyper-salinated water, rich in iron. Because iron usually equals red. But still, even knowing that it’s not actual blood, does not make this view any less terrifying.
6. New Species Of Bee
Meet the fluffiest of bees – Bombus glacialis. It was discovered over 100 years ago on the Novaya Zemlya island. Entomologists believe that this little bee is the only insect to have survived the Ice Age. And, by the way, its DNA looks nothing like the regular bumblebee’s, which makes it even more special.
What other mysteries remain frozen beneath miles and miles of never-melting Arctic ice? We may never know…