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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.

ICYMI: A huge iceberg measuring 1,270 square kilometers, according to the British Antarctic Survey, broke off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica

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 twice the size of Toronto just broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica - 📹 British Antarctic Survey#Antarctica  #BruntIceShelf  #Toronto 

WATCH: A huge iceberg measuring 1,270 square kilometers, according to the British Antarctic Survey, broke off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica

An iceberg larger than New York City broke off from Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf. That section of ice, which is about 492 feet thick and spans 490 square miles, cleaved near a British Antarctic Survey research station.

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.

A massive iceberg, 20 times the size of Manhattan, broke off in the Antarctic according to the British Antarctic Survey.​

A massive iceberg, 20 times the size of Manhattan, broke off in the Antarctic according to the British Antarctic Survey.​

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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)

A huge iceberg measuring 1,270 square kilometers, according to the British Antarctic Survey, broke off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica

An iceberg approximately 1,270 sq. km has broken off from Antarctica, according to the British Antarctic Survey.

Scientists dropped a camera down a 2,100ft-deep (650m) hole drilled in the Filchner Ice Shelf to study how the Antarctic will respond to warming global temperature Courtesy: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)/ Johannes Lohse

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