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Antarctic Sheds Trillion Ton Iceberg

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Posted by Eric Mack

on Friday, 14 July 2017 10:49

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A 5,800 square km section of the Larsen C ice shelf split off the continent sometime between Monday and Wednesday, according to a release from Project Midas, which has been keeping an eye on it. The iceberg's split has been expected for quite some time, and although it's certainly a big chunk, it doesn't set the record for biggest 'berg to break free from Antarctica... CLICK HERE for the complete article


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