OMG! The weather is completely going out of control. Look at this poor dog, hare, and cat. Yes, it was so cold in Kazakhstan a few days ago that animals and even humans FROZE SOLID as temperatures drop to MINUS 68F.

The Hare: The hare was trapped while climbing through a fence before dying in the arctic conditions and its body had to be pulled free by locals.

The dog: The dog appears to have become stuck while walking through a snow-covered field.

The dog, the cat, the hare and something weird. Is it really a human body?

Here some more pictures:

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Dog frozen solid in Kazakhstan in January 2018. via Youtube video
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It is so cold in Kazakhstan that animals freeze solid. This hare froze solid in January 2018. via Youtube video
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A frozen hare was found in Kazakhstan in January 2018. via Youtube video

The freezing conditions come just weeks after a thermometer recorded temperatures of minus 62C in Oymyakon, Siberia, the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world in neighbouring Russia.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hmm we REALLY have already a small ice age… Few years ago I had dreams about snows in 2018. Weird…

    And I have watched in TV that in Tokyo there was a frost record of -4*C since last 50 years, and there were -50*C frosts in China. Weather in hot regions also seem to be quite cooler, heat above 30*C is rarity when I look on weather sites. Such heats were always normal for Europe in summer, and up to 50*C heats were normal between tropics, if I remember good…

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