Honestly the best part of this ice disk are the ducks taking a ride on it ?❤️? pic.twitter.com/0Lz9qlUHaW
— Taylor Gleason (@TaylorGWGME) January 15, 2019
Freezing temperatures have brought ice as well as a surprising new feature to the town of Westbrook, Maine, according to the New Scientist. An enormous circle of ice has formed on the Presumpscot River, and as the 90-meter diameter ice chunk rotates counterclockwise it’s become a popular new carousel for the town’s ducks. The ducks and their merriment have become the attraction of the town.
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