Massive iceberg in Antarctica
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Huge 6,000 sq km iceberg in Antarctica

One of the biggest ever icebergs has been recorded breaking away from Antarctica.

The 6,000 sq km iceberg, with a likely weight of one trillion tonnes, split from the Larsen C Ice Shelf at some point between 10 and 12 July, scientists say.

  • 12 Jul 2017
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