The Pine Island Glacier's ice shelf in Antarctica acts like a cork in a bottle preventing melting ice mass from flowing into the ocean.
The iceberg, dubbed A-76, is nearly six times the size of New York City.
It's like "The Thing," except a little more mundane.
Chile reported 36 positive coronavirus tests at its Gen. Bernardo O’Higgins Riquelme research base.
Iceberg A68a is heading straight towards an Antarctic island teeming with wildlife, including millions of birds and seals.
The only continent free of the novel coronavirus has been called a "safe little bubble."
Snow algae is already a part of summer on the Antarctic Peninsula. A warming planet may mean a lot more of it.
Caution: Slippery when wet.
Aerial views of Antarctica's Eagle Island show the dramatic melting that took place during a major February heatwave.
Cracks in the Pine Island Glacier have "grown rapidly" in just the last few days, reports the World Meteorological Organization.