One of the biggest icebergs on record has broken away from Antarctica. With its one trillion tonnes of ice it calved away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf. Throughout the Antarctic winter, scientists monitored the progress of the rift.
Where a trillion-ton iceberg calved last week, researchers have detected a new rift. The concern is that the Larsen C ice shelf will destabilize and collapse, releasing glacial ice into the sea.
A piece of ice the size of the US state of Delaware is close to breaking off from one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves. The break could destabilize the Larsen C ice shelf.
A massive piece of an ice shelf in West Antarctica is poised to break off any day now. A possible collapse of the Larsen C ice shelf has scientists worried. Why? Expert John Abraham explains - and speaks out about Trump.
The Earth’s southernmost continent is almost entirely covered by ice almost 2 km thick. This week, one of the largest icebergs on record split from Antarctica. But experts say it could just be part of a natural cycle.
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