1. An Enormous Iceberg Is Headed for South Georgia Island—Again  WIRED
  2. Huge iceberg A-68A nears South Georgia Island  EarthSky
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If they collide, it could cause big problems for breeding penguins and seals by cutting off their access to the open sea.If they collide, it could cause big problems for breeding penguins and seals by cutting off their access to the open sea.

An Enormous Iceberg Is Headed for South Georgia Island—Again | WIRED

Scientists watch as A-68A, currently the planet's largest iceberg, approaches a remote island in the southern Atlantic Ocean.Scientists watch as A-68A, currently the planet’s largest iceberg, approaches a remote island in the southern Atlantic Ocean.

Huge iceberg A-68A nears South Georgia | Earth | EarthSky