If you were ever truly curious about what lies beneath the dozens of miles-deep frozen lakes and oceans on Earth, now is your chance to check out some of the most groundbreaking scientific discoveries found beneath the ice. Scroll forth, and take a dive into the unknown.
A Frozen Lighthouse
Oddly enough, there are plenty of familiar places around the globe that get deep-frozen almost annually. For instance, this lighthouse on Lake Michigan gets frozen over annually. Michigan is one of, if not, the coldest states in America, and for 3 months out of the year, people hardly leave their homes.
Leather and sealskin clothing have been regularly discovered frozen into glaciers and ice in northern Canada. This is indicative of the Inuit tribes that used to live on the ice way up north. Additionally, in August of 2011, frozen Viking clothing was found in Norway!