World’s largest iceberg set to disappear after 18-year-long journey

The world’s largest iceberg, which broke away from Antarctica’s Ross ice shelf 18 years ago, could be nearing the end of its voyage, as per NASA observation.

The icerberg B-15, which measured about 296 kilometres long and 37 kilometres wide when it first broke away in March 2000 has since then broken into numerous smaller bergs, most of which have melted away.

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