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Iceberg photo


djh698 13 4.6k 6 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2017 12:31AM
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I know that it has been on the internet but in case anyone missed it, this is an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland. It was in April 1912 that Titanic went down close to Newfoundland. Something tells me that they might have spotted this one in time!

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22 Apr 2017 11:14AM
An impressive piece of ice. It is bringing the tourists to that area. As it is so close to the shore they believe it has grounded, and when you consider that 9/10th of an iceberg is below water level then it must be huge.
Carabosse Plus
14 40.9k 269 England
22 Apr 2017 12:42PM
Perhaps someone could get planning permission to build one of those "ice hotels" on it! Tongue
altitude50 13 9.5k United Kingdom
22 Apr 2017 7:43PM
That is one big lettuce! Smile
Carabosse Plus
14 40.9k 269 England
25 Apr 2017 3:09PM
I do wonder what will happen to those bergs - especially if they are grounded near the shoreline.
chris.maddock 16 3.6k United Kingdom
25 Apr 2017 3:40PM

Quote:I do wonder what will happen to those bergs - especially if they are grounded near the shoreline.


They'll melt, eventually - probably not as quickly as if they were in the open ocean though.
StrayCat Plus
13 18.4k 3 Canada
26 Apr 2017 7:03AM
I remember one like this that grounded near a place we used to spend time in the summer. It stayed all summer and lowered the tempuratqure to the point that it was too cold for spending time on the beach. Actually, it wasn't very far from where this one is. It eventually broke up and washed out to sea and disappeared.

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