Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Huge Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctica

If you're sailing in the southern ocean, you might want to watch out for a very large iceberg, which just calved off of the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica.  It's been described as being the size of Delaware, and weighing a trillion tons.  This means, of course, that if it gets near, it will be hard to miss.

Read more at The Verge, News(dot)com(dot)au, The Telegraph, ABC News (where "A" stands for "Australia") and the New York Post, who cite Reuters as their source.

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