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The voice of snow
If you walk on a cold day alongside a snowy path, you may hear a joyful crunch underneath your feet. Those are the sounds of crystals. A person will not hear a snowflake break. But if thousands of these small crystals break, our ears will pick up this noise. The colder it gets outside, the harder and more fragile these snowflakes will become, the louder the crunch underneath your shoe.

The whisper of stars
In quiet, freezing weather, where the temperature reaches and even surpasses -49 degrees celsius, you may hear an peculiar and mysterious whisper. At first, this sound was thought to come from an aurora. However, scientists discovered that these whispers give off crystals of ice. When a person breathes - crystals collide with each other in the cold, freezing air.
The Yakuts gave this phenomenon a very interesting and breathtaking name, "the whisper of the stars."

Hunting for snowflakes
During the winter, you can create a sort of snowy hunt using a magnifying glass.
Snowflakes grow in the frost.
They can develop needles and rays.
When it’s windy, you can see large snowflakes crash into each other and break themselves. But in a park or forest, trees protect the fragile crystals from the wind. The most beautiful and astonishing snowflakes are found near bodies of water and throughout the forest. The moisture from the bodies of water and reservoirs are the building blocks for these snowflakes.
Комментарий члена жюри: Келли Херольд (Kelly Herold)
Nice work (where is Russian text?)
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