Ice-coated trees line Chinese river in stunning footage

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Jilin city, northeast China’s Jilin Province, saw the first large-scale rime this winter recently.

People enjoy the spectacular view of rime-covered trees.

The Jilin section of the Songhua River never freezes despite low temperature in winter. Rime is formed on trees by rapid freezing of water vapor in the air.

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