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Adelie penguins leaping into the ocean from an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Brown Bluff Two Adelie penguins, holding their wings out, standing on an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Adelie penguin on an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Brown Bluff A curious Adelie penguin, standing at the edge of an iceberg, looks over the photographer, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Pack ice, a combination of sea ice and pieces of icebergs, Weddell Sea Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Tabular iceberg, Antarctic Peninsula, near Paulet Island, sunset Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Iceberg and mountain panorama, cloudy morning, Paradise Bay Tabular iceberg in the Antarctic Sound Tabular iceberg in the Antarctic Sound Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Tabular iceberg.  The edge of a huge tabular iceberg.  Tabular icebergs can be dozens or hundreds of miles in size, have flat tops and sheer sides, Scotia Sea Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg detail, at sea among the South Orkney Islands, Coronation Island, Southern Ocean Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island Adelie penguins leaping into the ocean from an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Brown Bluff Adelie penguins leaping into the ocean from an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Brown Bluff A curious Adelie penguin, standing at the edge of an iceberg, looks over the photographer, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island A tiny Adelie penguin stands atop an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Adelie penguins, in a line, standing on an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Adelie penguins, Pygoscelis adeliae, Brown Bluff Iceberg, clouds and sky, Antarctica, Antarctic Sound Iceberg, ocean, light and clouds.  Light plays over icebergs and the ocean near Coronation Island A glacier fractures and cracks, as the leading of a glacier fractures and cracks as it reaches the ocean.  The pieces will float away to become icebergs, Neko Harbor A glacier fractures and cracks, as the leading of a glacier fractures and cracks as it reaches the ocean.  The pieces will float away to become icebergs, Neko Harbor The underwater edge of an iceberg, with a few Adelie penguins on it, Brown Bluff Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island Two Adelie penguins, holding their wings out, standing on an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Antarctic icebergs, sculpted by ocean tides into fantastic shapes, Cierva Cove Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff Iceberg, Antarctic Sound Small ice floe with penguins, with a large tabular iceberg in the distance, Antarctic Sound Iceberg and snow-covered coastline, Antarctic Sound Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island A tiny Adelie penguins stands atop an iceberg, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island Blue iceberg detail, Paulet Island Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean Pack ice and brash ice fills the Weddell Sea, near the Antarctic Peninsula.  This pack ice is a combination of broken pieces of icebergs, sea ice that has formed on the ocean A blue iceberg.  Blue icebergs are blue because the ice from which they are formed has been compressed under such enormous pressure that all gas (bubbles) have been squeezed out, leaving only solid water that takes on a deep blue color, Scotia Sea A blue iceberg.  Blue icebergs are blue because the ice from which they are formed has been compressed under such enormous pressure that all gas (bubbles) have been squeezed out, leaving only solid water that takes on a deep blue color, Scotia Sea   more ...

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