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Glacier ice The solid form of water. It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail for example.
Glacier ice The solid form of water. It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail for example.


The solid form of water. It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail for example.


Glacier ice

Also see

Examples;

  • 1 ICE by Alex Horner[1]


Reference

  1. Wikipedia Ice [2]

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