Massive iceberg drifts near Canada’s east coastline, attracting tourists

A massive, 46-meter (150-foot) iceberg is visible from a small town in eastern Canada. The ice block is attracting tourists and shutterbugs to Ferryland, Newfoundland.

Since the iceberg’s first appearance, it has broken apart; but it only drifted slightly and does not seem to be leaving anytime soon.

 
 
 
 
 

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