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See the Amazing, Ethereal Creatures Living Under Arctic Ice

Viktor Lyagushkin, a National Geographic photographer, captures the world of sea angels, skeleton shrimp, and sea stars living beneath a frozen sea. He compares entering the water through a hole in the ice to Alice descending through a rabbit hole on her way to Wonderland in his description of the dramatic scenes beneath the ice.

See our favorite of Viktor’s images here…

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

Photo Credit: Viktor Lyagushkin

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