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An iceberg containing around 315 billion tonnes of ice and measuring 1,636 square kilometres has broken off the Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica.

Named D28, it’s the biggest ‘berg to break off in more than 50 years, and is roughly the size of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Due to its vast size, the iceberg will have to be monitored and tracked, as it could pose a hazard to shipping routes.

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Alex
Arizona City, United States
02.10.2019 (19 days ago)
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