Underneath the Iceberg

Some footage from one of our favorite visitors and partners, Ingo Vollmer (http://www.uw-pictures.com/). Here he explores the underbelly of a huge iceberg, providing some unbelievable footage.

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+3 1. soultanos commented 322 days ago

Why does it look like a golf ball? Does anybody know the scientific cause of that?
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0 2. thundersnow commented 322 days ago

#1 I was wondering about that too. :)
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+1 3. Dennyboy commented 322 days ago

#1 Maybe it's caused by a similar effect you get on your fingers when you stay in the bath too long?...:D
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+1 4. Judge-Jake commented 318 days ago

It's caused by the golf fish.
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0 5. snotraddict commented 318 days ago

#0 claim is that is normal scalloping by the sun and weather. It has flipped, so that is why it's now under water.