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LOOK: A crack called the 'North Rift,' formed on the Brunt Ice Shelf, was seen in Antarctica on Friday, February 26, 2021. (📷: BRITISH ANTARCTIC SURVEY/Handout via Reuters)

Antarctica shouldn't be 70 degrees in February. U.S. Secretary John Kerry ( @ClimateEnvoy  ) has the answers.

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An iceberg approximately the size of Los Angeles broke off of Antarctica on February 26, according to the British Antarctic Survey. The 490-square-mile iceberg detached 10 days after a large crack was filmed in the ice.

Giant iceberg moves away from Antarctica. #AFPgraphics  show satelllite images of the area in Antarctica, where an immense iceberg is moving away from the ice shelf after breaking off at the end of February

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An iceberg approximately the size of Los Angeles broke off of Antarctica on February 26, according to the British Antarctic Survey. The 490-square-mile iceberg detached 10 days after a large crack was filmed in the ice.

A 1,270-square-kilometre iceberg – the size of New York City – separated from Antarctica on February 26. This is what it looked like 10 days before it broke away completely.

An iceberg approximately the size of Los Angeles broke off of Antarctica on February 26, according to the British Antarctic Survey. The 490-square-mile iceberg detached 10 days after a large crack was filmed in the ice.

An iceberg approximately the size of Los Angeles broke off of Antarctica on February 26, according to the British Antarctic Survey. The 490-square-mile iceberg detached 10 days after a large crack was filmed in the ice.

In February of last year, temperatures in Antarctica rose above 20ºC for the first time on record.

In February of last year, temperatures in Antarctica rose above 20ºC for the first time on record.

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On February 7, 2020, Antarctica recorded its hottest day ever at 64.9°F. The future of this continent's wildlife is more uncertain than ever. Watch #SevenWorldsOnePlanet  'Antarctica' - Tomorrow at 9pm EST on @BBCAMERICA  and @AMC_TV 

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On February 9th, the high temperature in Antarctica was 69 degrees. On February 9th, the high temperature in San Diego was 61 degrees. This is not a hoax.

Antarctica experienced its hottest ever temperatures on record in February. NASA satellite images show the extent of the melting that caused: (LEFT: February 4, RIGHT: February 13)

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