Huge Crack Discovered in Glacial Ice Shelf

NASA's IceBridge team finds 18-mile fissure in Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier.
0:30 | 02/02/12

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Scientists are calling this another example of global warming we want you to look at this long vertical crack in the glacier in -- are handcuffed. A Nassau flight captured it late -- here. -- may look small to be human -- but it's actually eighteen miles long. About 260. Feet wide in nearly 200 feet deep and because of that NASA. Says it could create an iceberg bigger than New York City. In the next few months -- ice for a bigger than New York City that's. -- -- well.

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