how much damage to the local ecosystem do you think elsa did?
Anonymous

frozensuckstho:

HAHAHAHA OMG

I DON’T KNOW IF YOU WANT ME TO ANSWER THIS SERIOUSLY, BUT WOW GOOD ONE. A LOTOF DAMAGE, PROBABLY.

IF I HAVE ANY GEOLOGIST FOLLOWERS, TRY TAKING AT KNACK AT THIS ONE HAHA SORRY ANON BUT I FAILED THAT CLASS

there are a number of things that it could have affected, such as:

dangerously lowering the temperatures of bodies of water in such a short time period, possibly killing off species living there w/ the dramatic change in temp (not to mention screwing up the natural cycling of nutrients in the water, and likely causing a short, premature sort of “spring turnover”). some animals may have been triggered into premature hibernation by the temp change, causing the food sources of predators to dramatically decrease (not to mention the food sources of herbivores, obviously, aha). considering these now-hibernating animals had no time to build up energy stores, as they naturally would have done over months and months, they might have died within the days (how many days was the area even frozen over?? it’s very vague) from lack of food. migrating animals may have left for warmer areas. plant life may have been shocked by the temperature change to the point of stunted growth or death. such changes in temperature could have even caused severe weather conditions besides the snowstorm (IE- tornadoes, cus’ of the whole warm front/cold front thing). dramatic changes in air moisture quality (where is she getting the moisture to make all this goddamn snow?) which could affect future weather, and the lives of animal/plant life. man, I could go on