World’s Largest Iceberg Nears Shallow Waters Surrounding South Georgia Islands

The iceberg, which has been named A68a, is now just 200 kilometers away from the South Sandwich islands, raising concerns that it could become stuck in shallow waters.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL- The world’s largest iceberg has been captured on camera drifting through the Southern Antarctic Front near the overseas British territory of South Georgia. British Forces South Atlantic Islands (BFSAI) used high-speed digital cameras attached to a military transport aircraft to capture rare images of the iceberg as it travelled towards the island.

The photos, which the BFSAI posted on Facebook, exposed unprecedented details, including cracks and fissures, within the main body of the iceberg. Crew members and a government officer were also able to visually identify ice debris in the surrounding waters near South . . .

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