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Newborn iceberg. View of a clear blue newborn iceberg (calf) in the sea by the terminal wall of a glacier. As glaciers reach the sea, large chunks of ice break off the terminal wall, forming icebergs in a process known as calving. This is one of the main processes leading to the formation of icebergs. This is the Shoup Glacier, Alaska, USA.
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