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Satellite images of world’s largest iceberg on collision course with South Georgia island

By AFP
07 December 2020   |   3:17 pm
Satellite images show the world's largest iceberg, calved from the western Antarctic Peninsula in 2017, now on a collision course with a remote South Atlantic island that is home to thousands of penguins and seals.

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