A trillion-ton iceberg, the size of Cebu island, redraws Antarctica's map
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One of the biggest icebergs on record has broken away from the Antarctic Peninsula, providing a glimpse of how the Antarctic ice sheet might ultimately start to fall apart. The iceberg, which is roughly the size of the US state of Delaware [or bigger than Cebu Island], has been close to breaking off for a few months.
A trillion-ton iceberg, the size of Cebu island, redraws Antarctica's map. (2017, July 14). Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A12.