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Thousands of herring were flash-frozen in place after a particularly cold gust of wind swept through a Norwegian bay.
How cold is too cold?
Ask these fish:
— Anya (@anyabike) January 18, 2014
According to the Independent, thousands of fish were swimming too close to the surface when an exceedingly cold gust of wind swept through.
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The fish were frozen on the spot. In the image above, taken by Ingolf Kristiansen from the tiny island of Lovund in central Norway, a dog stands on the frozen surface.
“I've never seen anything like it. It has not happened before here as far as I know,” he told NRK, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.
So, how cold is too cold? 17.96 degrees Farenheit, apparently.