British Scientists Monitor Massive Icebergs Drifting Towards Shipping Routes

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British scientists are monitoring two of the largest icebergs in the world as they float towards areas that could impact shipping, fishing, and wildlife. The icebergs, which have broken away from Antarctica, can take several years to dissolve. One of the icebergs, A81, was photographed by researchers as it was flying over the UK’s Halley base, while A76a was navigated by another team and is similar in size and shape to the county of Cornwall. These massive icebergs could have a significant impact on their environment as they move closer to shipping lanes.

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