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Iceberg in Greenland

Feeling tiny in Greenland, small boat next to massively and majestic iceberg. The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) said, “The term ‘iceberg’ refers to chunks of ice larger than 5 meters (16 feet) across. Smaller icebergs, known as bergy bits and growlers, can be especially dangerous for ships because they are harder to spot. The North Atlantic and the cold waters surrounding Antarctica are home to most of the icebergs on Earth.”


 Photo by Uri Golman via Visit Greenland