Ice Eggs in Finland

Thousands of Ice eggs covered a Beach in Finland resulting from a rare weather phenomenon

Thousands of mysterious ice eggs have washed up on Finish Beach as a result of an unusual weather phenomenon. Amateur photographer Risto Mattila was among the first few to discover these mysterious ice eggs.  Mattila and his wife were enjoying a Sunday morning walk on Hailuoto Island in the Gulf of Bothnia between Finland and Sweden. According to experts these ice eggs are a result of an unusual process in which small pieces of ice are rolled over by wind and water.

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