Stunning visualisation shows Dundee covered in giant 'ice sheet' 20,000 years ago

A dramatic scientific video has revealed how the Scottish city was covered in a 0.6-mile-thick ice sheet, which lasted until around 15,000 years ago. The computer-enhanced visualisation was created by glaciologist Max Van Wyk of the University of Minnesota and design expert Kieran Duncan of the University of Dundee.

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