Baikal: the Kindom of Ice

The ice on average is about a meter thick allowing cars and trucks to be easily driven over. The thickest sections can be up to two meters thick. Another peculiarity of Lake Baikal’s ice are the “hummocks” — heaps of ice splinters that are pushed out onto the surface. In National Geographic Russia video you can see all  beauty of the winter lake.
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