Climate Change: Massive Iceberg, 4x The Size Of London Breaks Off The Antarctica - Photos


If you ever doubted the issues of global warming and climate change, this is an eye opener for you. Mother Nature has just made herself clear and is not joking at all. 

A giant, trillion-tonne iceberg has just broken away from Antarctic ice shelf, and it’s an alarm we should all be heeding. The iceberg, which has an area of roughly 4 times the size of London at 5800 km/sq, was part of an ice sheet known as Larsen C. 

Researchers at Swansea University had been watching the glacial divide for months, and using satellite imaging, they were able to determine that the iceberg ‘calved’ (broke away) from Antarctica sometime between July 10th and 12th.

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