The largest ice floe in the world is moving again after thirty years near Antarctica  outside

The largest ice floe in the world is moving again after thirty years near Antarctica outside

After being stuck on the sea floor near Antarctica for thirty years, ice floe A23a, as the ice shelf is called, is starting to move again. The ice floes, twice the size of the City of London, are now drifting towards the open sea.

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