The reported first iceberg and sea ice of the season drifts off the coast of Canada's Newfoundland.(photo grabbed from Reuters video)
The reported first iceberg and sea ice of the season drifts off the coast of Canada’s Newfoundland.(photograph grabbed from Reuters video)

NEWFOUNDLAND, Canada (Reuters) — Residents off the coast of the South Shore of Newfoundland, Canada have just lately been handled to a view of the primary iceberg and sea ice drift of the season.

The large chunks of floating ice have been witnessed off the coast of the cities of Middle Cove Beach and Ferryland, each in Newfoundland.

The area is often known as “Iceberg Alley” and delighted quite a lot of residents over the vacation weekend.

The largest iceberg, which was noticed over the vacation weekend, CBC reported, measured some 151 ft (46 meters) in peak.

Source: eaglenewsph

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