The molecules in the ice tend to separate and fly off, leaving the ice cubes to become smaller and smaller over time.

As the temperature increases, the molecules in the ice move around causing it to start losing its solid shape and turning into a liquid.

Ice cubes melt, but as they come into contact with other ice they start to freeze again, but this time they freeze as one.

Ice floats on water because it has reduced density than water.

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