Quebec has its fair share of strange wintertime phenomena. Quebecers' intimate familiarity with the snow and cold, for example, often lead to some cold-weather antics that become viral moments.\nBut the province is host to some pretty dazzling natural phenomena, too. This week in the Gaspésie region of Quebec, for example, a rare "ice disk" has caught the attention of the internet.\nOften jokingly called an "ice crop circle," the ice disc is actually the result of patterns in the water current, according to Time magazine. A whirlpool below creates the perfectly round saucer visible on the surface.\nALSO READ: 30 Free Things To Do During Montreal's Nuit Blanche 2019\nTL;DR A video shared with MTLBlog show a naturally occurring ice disc in the Gaspésie region of Quebec.\nVideo of the disc was shared with MTLBlog by Quebec resident Herven Horth.\n@mtlblogembedded via\nThis is actually the second "ice crop circle" to make headlines this winter. A much larger disc appeared last month in Westbrook, Maine.\nA Twitter post from the Westbrook municipal account comparing it to the moon launched countless other comparisons from Twitter users.\nIt looks like the moon has landed in Westbrook, Maine! Come in down to @CityofWestbrook @DWTNWestbrook and see the Westbrook Ice Disk! pic.twitter.com/JBaMDy2ZBq\n— City Of Westbrook ME (@CityofWestbrook) January 15, 2019\nThat's no moon... pic.twitter.com/Bo91k7Wpjw\n— Joseph Vogel (@BigJoeyVtC) January 15, 2019\nWe're glad this time in Quebec no one was abducted or implicated in a rebellion in a galaxy far, far away.\nKeep your eyes peeled for more bizarre winter occurences!