Believe it or not, but this photo was taken not on a glacier, but on a real iceberg. Yes, there is a tunnel in the iceberg where you can go and take pictures. However, it's not that easy.
Scattered bright green balls of moss can be found on some glaciers. It would seem, well, what is unusual here? The thing is that these lumps move in whole colonies at the same speed and in the same direction.
What was revealed by diving under the melting Thwaites glacier in the western part of Antarctica, where a huge underwater cavity has already formed?
Iceberg A68, which broke off from the Larsen Ice shelf in July 2017, is one of the largest icebergs ever recorded. A timelapse video showing the movement of the A68 was recently published.
In 2018, an international team of scientists led by the British Antarctic Community (BAS) found that not only global warming due to harmful human activity is to blame for the melting of Antarctica's glaciers, but something else.
Recently, the temperature puts everything <a href="http://www.popmech.ru/science/238699-neveroyatnoe-poteplenie-v-arktike /" target="_blank">new records</a>, but what can this lead to besides melting glaciers?