Ice looks like red blood cells by Jim Swoboda (15 images)

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Ice on a lake has formed in such a way that it resembles a science diagram of red blood cells.

The tightly packed pancake ice - the name for rimmed discs formed by pieces of ice knocking against each other - actually covers a quarter mile of Lake Michigan, USA.

Using a drone from 200ft up, these photos show the unusual ice phenomenon looking more like a group of cells than part of a winter landscape.
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