Trinity Western University physics professor Arnold Sikkema says he’s often on the lookout for interesting things in nature but he came across a very unique item near Pleasentdale Creek in Langley City early one morning during the recent cold weather. It’s a phenomenon called hair ice and forms on broken branches due to the presence of a fungus.

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Trinity Western University physics professor Arnold Sikkema says he’s often on the lookout for interesting things in nature.

He came across a very unique item near Pleasentdale Creek in Langley City early one morning during the recent cold weather.

It’s a phenomenon called hair ice and forms on broken branches due to the presence of a fungus.

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