Giant iceberg could collide with south Atlantic penguin colony

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Scientists are heading to the southern Atlantic Ocean to study a massive iceberg which is drifting towards the island of South Georgia.
The A-68A iceberg which broke off from the Antarctica ice shelf in 2017 is the size of a small country.
Scientists are worried about the potential damage to the region’s delicate ecosystem should the iceberg run aground on the island.
Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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