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    They come in all shapes and sizes. Most of their size is below water. They can easily sink a ship (The Titanic). They are beautiful. The blue ones represent ice which has been subjected to high pressure for long periods of time. They are homes to birds, polar beras and walruses.

    They are icebergs.

    In July, 2012 we boarded a Russian Icebreaker and traveled to the High Arctic. Through out the trip we encountered icebergs of all shapes and sizes.

    Take a look at the attached iceberg which we encountered and let your imagination run wild.

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