Iceberg breaking up in the Ilulissat icefjord, close to an archaeological site called Sermermiut.
**A quick note - some of the external links to this video have mixed information. To be more precise, this is a large iceberg breaking up, which had already calved from the icecap. The large ones often collect at the end of the fjord, where it is a bit shallower. The NASA image at the end of the video shows this a bit more clearly**
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If I felt the need to climb uphill, I... probably would have kept the camera pointed at the action while I did so. Maybe zoomed out first. It's not like he was panicking. But thanks for the rest of the vid.👌
What few people know was this particular Sermermiut break was man made. The decision was made to trigger the break after noticing the huge cracks which proposed serious risk to the archaeological site there. You can hear the explosions pre break.
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