Stone Cold Fox
Blizzard is making Europe sank in the harsh winter, many places bear record cold, frost covered traffic causing delays and many power outages.
This winter in Europe was considered the harshest in recent years. More than 60 people have died due to the cold in the continent. In the photo, the Russian people huddled in the cold while walking in Red Square in Moscow. Temperatures at night in some parts of Russia as low as minus 28 degrees possible C.
Coast in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece, was no longer visible silhouette buried by the snow. North of Greece are suffering from record cold weather.
In the Balkans, many migrants do not have anything to succumb to the cold. More than 1,200 people forced to sleep outside in subzero temperatures in the capital Belgrad, Serbia. In the picture, the migrants in line to receive a hot meal.
Many migrants die by freezing to be in flimsy huts.
Snow caused traffic delays in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Traffic in many areas of Scotland and northern England fell into chaos. A number of accidents have occurred due to poor visibility and slippery roads.
Icy bridge in the town of Varna near the Black Sea, located east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia. Bulgarian authorities said in the capital Sofia the temperature down low is minus 18 degrees Celsius, making the demand for electricity and gas in the city rose to its highest level in 20 years. Photo: WENN.
People used to move trailers in thick snow terrain Eichenau town, southern Germany.
A couple walking in the snow in a park in Istanbul, Turkey. Heavy snow caused airlines to cancel hundreds country flight in one day.
The cold also affect the animals. Birds have survived when fishermen from the water at the lake froze in Dorian, Macedonia.
Determination fox found in block of ice on the Danube. According to AFP, the fox is believed to have fallen into the river Danube in southern Germany and drowned from 4 days before. Some people have used to separate blocks of ice sawn fox out there.