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An iceberg is a large piece of ice from freshwater that has broken off from a snow-formed glacier or ice shelf and is floating in open water.

Icebergs are enormous. They can be taller than the Statue of Liberty and as big as a small state. Normally, only a tiny part of an iceberg can be seen from the surface of the water. Thousands of these massive glacial chunks are formed each year and many are carried hundreds of miles by ocean currents until they gradually melt away.

The Titanic's tragic collision with an iceberg in 1912 shows just how dangerous icebergs can be. The Titanic was such a massive vessel that passengers barely felt the impact as the iceberg ripped a gaping hole in the bottom of ship.

Icebergs are enormous.

Icebergs drift at a rate of about 0.4mph (0.7km/h). The speed at which icebergs move is affected by many things, including their size and shape, ocean currents, waves and wind.

More than two-thirds of the Earth's freshwater exists as ice in the form of glaciers and ice caps.

Fallen iceberg formed after the recent New Zealand earthquake

While icebergs float in frigid saltwater oceans, they are actually made of freshwater.

Antarctica and Greenland account for more than 98 percent of the world's ice-mass.

Each year, there are enough new icebergs formed in Antarctica to supply freshwater to the world's six billion inhabitants and every industry on our planet for four months.

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