One can never be sure as to when a tragedy or death can strike. It can happen within the wink of an eye or in just a few seconds and these natural cases of animals freezing to their death explains it to some extent!
Here, we are about to share the list of animals that got frozen at the very moment when nature had been really harsh with them.
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These cases of living animals freezing on their own makes us realise how furious Mother Nature can be!
Check out the pictures of these animals as they are mind blowing and would definitely make you wonder as to how it happened!
Franz Stehle, who is a hunter in Germany has put a block of ice containing a fox on show just outside his family hotel. He claims it fell into the chilly Danube and drowned. The fox was extracted from the ice in January 2017 and since then is on display.
Frozen Common Carp
The Department of the Interior shared this eerily beautiful photo on Twitter in January 2017. According to the reports, the lake had low water levels and the fish were killed due to depleted oxygen.
A Fox Frozen!
A man who was ice skating on a lake in central Sweden in 2014 got the shock of his life when he saw a fox frozen solid after the thin ice had apparently cracked! Poor fox seemed so real!
A Little Frog
When you look at this picture it feels like the little frog is sleeping, but unfortunately not, as it got frozen while it was jumping while trying to cross a lake in Norway!
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This elk was found frozen solid in the middle of a lake near Bodo in northern Norway. It is believed that the ice apparently cracked beneath it as it was trying to cross and it froze the poor elk!
Small Herd Of Frozen Donkeys!
These donkeys were lucky enough as they were saved at the right time! When a footage of these helpless animals appeared, a rescue team was sent out to take care of them.
A rare phenomenon occurred during the winter of 2014 in Norway in which the ice froze so fast that fish were frozen inside it! Reports claim that cold temperatures and wind that may have triggered a lightning-fast freezing of the bay, lead to this condition.