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Massive iceberg on collision path with British island in South Atlantic

Massive iceberg on collision path with British island in South Atlantic

A giant Antarctic iceberg the size of a small country is heading for the British overseas territory of South Georgia, raising concerns that it could hurt the economy and wildlife of the South Atlantic island. The massive piece of ice, named A-68A, is now 150km long and 48km wide. After breaking off, it drifted about 1,400km north and is now about 500km away from South Georgia.

Jackson 3 months

Oh dear lord its a reverse titanic!

O'Brien 3 months


Indo 3 months

Well well well. We have ourselves a new type of threat. Let's see what our greatest ever civilization can do with super space technology.

Bernice 3 months

What else you got, 2020?!?

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 months

Antartica brought the ice, who brought the bourbon?

TexasReb 3 months

Quick! Send a team of oil well roughnecks and explosive experts to drill deep inside the iceberg and set off massive explosions deep inside to break up the iceberg and........

Lord Flashheart
Lord Flashheart 3 months

Britain is an Island. Maybe the headline should be Island off of Britain.

IvoryDove 3 months

Global warming made the iceberg.

Archaeologistic 3 months

(insert election metaphor here)

S 3 months

Good. The world needs less ice.

Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 3 months

How do you hurt a penguins 🐧 economy? Did''t know they had evolved so fast.

Dave 3 months

Time to bring the Vulcan bomber out of mothballs and crew it with the Dambusters!

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