A Giant Iceberg Just Broke Off Chile’s Grey Glacier

Tourists are flocking to Chile to observe a huge chunk of an iceberg that has detached from a glacier in a national park, Newsweek reported. The iceberg detached from Grey Glacier in the Torres del National Park in Chile, known worldwide for it backpacking opportunities and astounding views of tower-like peaks in southern Patagonia, the report said. Chile’s forestry service took pictures of the iceberg showing blue and white colored ice as it separated from the glacier and fed into Grey Lake this month, the reports said. The iceberg, Chilean glaciologist Ricardo Jaña, a glaciologist from the Institute Antártico Chileno, measures around 1,150 by 1,250 feet—much larger dimensions than usual….