Move Over Monday
…Move over sloooooowly. (Is there any other way on Monday morning?)
“The term ‘iceberg’ refers to chunks of ice larger than 5 meters (16 feet) across. Smaller icebergs, known as bergy bits and growlers, can be especially dangerous for ships because they are harder to spot… Icebergs travel with ocean currents, sometimes smashing up against the shore or getting caught in shallow waters. When an iceberg reaches warm waters, the new climate attacks it from all sides.” Read more about icebergs from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
Check out more surreal Arctic photos at Explore.org here.