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Frozen bubbles of methane trapped beneath Alberta’s Lake Abraham, beautiful but dangerous if popped. Methane gas is formed under water when organic material is digested by underwater bacteria. The gas moves up to escape the water, but gets frozen in upper levels of ice strata.

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