Floating iceberg, Antarctica
Theres greater than meets the attention on this photograph of a floating iceberg off the coast of Antarctica. Thats due to the fact about 90 percent of each iceberg exists below the floor of the waterand it is able to be hard to gauge its shape from the surface. The biggest recorded iceberg, referred to as B-15, had a floor region larger than the island of Jamaica (just believe what that infant looked like under water!). On the opposite give up of the spectrum, hunks of ice smaller than sixteen feet across are referred to as bergy bits and growlers.