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Skating On Extremely Thin Ice Does Not Sound Like Anything We’ve Heard Before

Owls hooting? Dogs barking? Aliens shooting ray-guns? We’re really not sure how to describe the noise produced by 45-millimeter pond ice when a daredevil decides to skate on it.

The idiom “skate on thin ice” usually means: danger—stop what you’re doing, or else. However, skating on thin, black ice is exactly what Swedish ice skating enthusiasts Henrik Trygg and Mårten Ajne love to do.

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