2018-12-14 20:09 GMT+8
The continuously dropping temperatures have froze parts of the Hukou Waterfall. It is the world’s largest yellow waterfall and China’s second largest waterfall. It sits at the intersection of north China’s Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces. Recently temperatures fell to minus 17 degrees centigrade. Aerial images show the Yellow River running over a cliff filled with ice blocks.
2018-12-14 19:49 GMT+8
Termites built over 200 million mounds in an area of around 230,000 square kilometers, almost as large as Laos in Brazil's backcountry. Radioactive testing found they ranged in age from 690 to 3,820 years old.
2018-12-14 19:26 GMT+8
The declining temperatures in northern China have frozen part of the Yellow River. Ice floes were seen in the waters along Shilou County in the city of Lyuliang in Shanxi Province. This part of the Yellow River flows through the Great Canyon between the Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces. Looking from the sky, small ice blocks covered the running Yellow River, making the river look like a silver dragon swimming through the canyon.