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A23a: World's biggest iceberg on the move after 30 years

  • The world's largest iceberg, A23a, is now moving for the first time in over three decades, drifting past the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula.
  • This iceberg, weighing nearly a trillion metric tonnes, is expected to be launched into the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and move towards the Southern Ocean, where it could disrupt shipping.
  • The movement of A23a is believed to be due to shrinkage and increased buoyancy, allowing it to lift off the ocean floor and be pushed by ocean currents.
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