It got so cold so quickly in this Norwegian bay that it froze a bunch of fish swimming in it. In the image above, taken by Ingolf Kristiansen from the tiny island of Lovund in central Norway, a dog stands on the frozen surface. “I've never seen anything like it. It has not happened before here as far as I know,” he told NRK, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. So, how cold is too cold? 17.96 degrees Farenheit, apparently. Though it was “only” -7.8°C (18 °F), a sharp eastern wind was enough to freeze a large quantity of fish in place. The below is image of a moose froze in a Norwegian body of water.