Science Astounding 'ice sculptures' locked beneath Greenland's ice sheet (+video)

Ice-penetrating radar has revealed that the layers of snow and ice locked beneath Greenland's glaciers are twisted and folded into elaborate forms.

By , LiveScience Managing Editor

Mike Wolovick

The Greenland ice sheet may look like a vast expanse of white, but scientists peering beneath the smooth veil have found a fun house of sorts, full of giant jellyroll-like ice sculptures that could rival city skyscrapers in height and the whole of Manhattan in width.