Scientists have recently discovered a large rift on West Antartica's Pine Island Glacier that could result in a massive iceberg breaking away.
If it were to break off in one piece, the iceberg would measure about 115 square miles, or more than five times the size of Manhattan.
While the soon-to-be iceberg is not yet loose from the ice shelf, it's calving is thought to happen "relatively soon."
Scientists have recently discovered a large rift stretching across West Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier that could cause a massive iceberg more than five times the size of Manhattan to break off, satellite imagery sho
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