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Icebergs breaking off glaciers, near Cape York.


Icebergs breaking off glaciers, near Cape York.


Icebergs are large pieces of freshwater ice that have broken off a glacier.

Greenland is an iceberg watcher's paradise, with a very large inventory of glaciers producing them, most famously from the most productive glacier in the northern hemisphere, Sermeq Kujalleq, which dumps icebergs into the 60 km long ice fjord near Ilulissat (which in the native language means "iceberg").



SOURCE : Wikimedia Commons.





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