Russian Huskies Caught Miraculously Walking On Water

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It might seem these pictures are not real but believe it or not these Russian Huskies are actually walking on water. Read on to discover how.

A beautiful crystal clear lake near the small town of Kirovsk in Russia had been frozen over during the harsh winter but a sudden down pour of rain left the lake looking like as shiny as a glass mirror.

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In order to snap a shot of this amazing picture of nature Russian photographer Fox Grom decided to let his two pet Russian huskies loose on the stunning frozen lake and snapped away.

As you can see the results are breathtaking and even the dogs seem to be blown away with the ability of walking on water.

Fox Grom couldn`t have asked for better conditions to take these fantastic photos. The calm weather left the rain water sitting on the ice motion less which turned it into a spectacular mirror reflecting the sky and beautiful surroundings.

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You can see more pictures of Fox Grom’s huskies here on VK.

Don’t you agree with us that these pictures are awesome?

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Bonus Husky Fact

Did you know Huskies are actually born to run? They are one of the only animals on the planet that can run without getting tired. They have a special metabolism inside them that allows their body to rest while they are still running which means they can keep running for hours and hours.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Siberian Husky

If you already think this breed is a spectacle, get ready to admire it even more when you discover the main singularities. Check out the fun facts about the Siberian Husky below.

1 – Heterochromia
This is the name given to the presence of one eye of each color. This characteristic that causes great fascination is hereditary. In addition, the factor is not just a privilege of this breed, as there are other dogs with heterochromia.

2 – Vocalization
One of the curiosities about the Siberian Husky is that his howls have great power, and can be heard up to 15 km away. However, it’s not just the noises that are surprising! The dog makes different sounds similar to singing or crying.

3 – Seniority
Genetic studies carried out with more than 161 pet dogs proved that the Husky is the fourth oldest dog in the world. As stated above, he provided service to the nearby Eskimo tribes. Therefore, the animal was considered an important member of the community.

4 – Snow
He does not deny the origins! Originally from icy regions of Russia, where snow predominates, this dog is very comfortable in the cold. Places with water and foliage are also part of this sled dog’s group of preferred environments.

5 – Expert runner
When this dog worked for the Chukchi tribe, he was in charge of transporting food and supplies, tasks that weren’t set without reason! In addition to resisting the cold well, this wolf-like dog takes longer distances with ease.

6 – Adaptation to the environment
In the same way that snow is not an obstacle, the temperate climate does not pose serious problems for this animal either. The Siberian Husky adapts well to its environment.

7 – Similarity with wolves
The pointed ears and elongated snout make the Husky a wolf-like dog. Therefore, people make a relationship between the two. Although the dogs are not descended from them, there is a kinship relationship.

The main difference between both species is in stature, as the Husky is smaller than the wolf. While the dog is 56 to 60 cm tall, the other animal can measure from 80 to 85 cm.

8 – Pet dog
Only those who have such a pet at home can describe the numerous advantages of having it as a pet. He gets along very well with children, being an affectionate animal and companion of the tutor. In addition, the pet is very intelligent and exudes joy – one of the cutest facts about Siberian Husky.

9 – War Dog
Transporting food has always been a task for the Husky. That’s why he knows how to do it like no one else. Thus, the animal stood out as a messenger during World War II.

10 – Balto really existed
Balto was a crossbred animal who led an important mission to save the lives of children with diphtheria in an Alaskan village in 1925. Even though he was not trained for this role, he followed a dangerous path and reached his destination, saving the lives of the little ones.

This fantastic story became a movie: Balto — His Story Became a Legend. In addition to being able to pull sleds, the pet showed sensitivity and helpfulness, being a great companion dog for anyone who wants a charismatic and loving puppy.