1. Giant iceberg nearly size of South Georgia approaches towards same island  WION
  2. Giant Antarctic iceberg on collision course with British territory of South Georgia  The Guardian
  3. World's biggest iceberg on collision course with South Georgia, posing threat to penguins and seals  Daily Mail
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A huge iceberg from the Antarctic that has the size of a small country is approaching towards the island of South Georgia, triggering concerns that it could affect the economy and wildlife of the British territory.  Iceberg A-68A, which is of the same size South Georgia separated from the Larsen C ice shelf on the east of Antarctica’s peninsula in July 2017. A huge iceberg from the Antarctic that has the size of a small country is approaching towards the island of South Georgia, triggering concerns that it could affect the economy and wildlife of the British territory.  Iceberg A-68A, which is of the same size South Georgia separated from the Larsen C ice shelf on the east of Antarctica’s peninsula in July 2017. 

Giant iceberg nearly size of South Georgia approaches towards same island, Science News | wionews.com

Fears the 150km long A-68A iceberg, which broke away from Larsen C ice shelf in 2017, could disrupt wildlife and shipping routesFears the 150km long A-68A iceberg, which broke away from Larsen C ice shelf in 2017, could disrupt wildlife and shipping routes

Giant Antarctic iceberg on collision course with British territory of South Georgia | Environment | The Guardian

The A68a iceberg is a quarter of the size of Wales and 200 metres thick. It threatens to block established penguin and seal foraging routes if it grounds off of the island of South Georgia.The A68a iceberg is a quarter of the size of Wales and 200 metres thick. It threatens to block established penguin and seal foraging routes if it grounds off of the island of South Georgia.

World's biggest iceberg on collision course with South Georgia, posing threat to penguins and seals  | Daily Mail Online

LONDON (AP) - A giant iceberg the size of the U.S. state of Delaware is floating toward the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, raising fears it could indirectly endanger young wildlife. The British Antarctic Survey said Wednesday it is concerned the iceberg may run aground near the island, preventing land-based marine predators from reaching food supplies and returning to their offspring. Professor Geraint Tarling, an ecologist with the Antarctic Survey, said it is the time of year when seals and penguins are tending to pups and chicks. The distance penguin and seal parents have to travel to find food is important. "If they have to do a big detour, it means they're not going to get back to their young in time to prevent them starving to death in the interim," he said. The giant iceberg, named A68, has been floating north since it broke off from the Larsen C ice shelf in July 2017, the Antarctic Survey said. South Georgia, located in the southern Atlantic Ocean, is a British overseas territory, ___ Follow AP's climate coverage at https://apnews.com/hub/climate

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