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Seaside Visitor


Seaside Visitor

Icebergs are frequent visitors to the seaside shores of Newfoundland and  Labrador. An iceberg is a piece of freshwater ice more than 15m long that has broken off a glacier or an ice shelf and is floating freely in open salt water.

Icebergs vary considerably in size and shape. Icebergs that calve from glaciers in Greenland, where ours come from, are often irregularly shaped.


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