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    Mother Nature at Her Best: Stunning Iceberg Drifts By Small Canadian Town

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    This giant iceberg wandered into Ferryland, a tiny town in Newfoundland with a population of less than 500 people and grounded itself for dozens of onlookers and tourists to get some spectacular shots of the photogenic lump of ice.

    "We get quite a few icebergs coming down the Newfoundland coast this time of year. This particular one decided to ground itself right in our small community. It was absolutely stunning to see," YouTuber NL Aerial Productions commented on this video he posted on his channel. The size of this chunk of ice is really impressive: according to Canadian Ice Service, it is 46 to 73 meters high and 122 to 200 meters long, which makes it bigger than the iceberg that the RMS Titanic hit in the North Atlantic 105 years ago.


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