epa06111834 A handout photo made available by NASA on 27 July 2017 shows a false-color image acquired by the Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS) on the Landsat 8 satellite of a massive iceberg, named A-68, fractured into two bergs, named A-68A and A-68B, along Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf, 21 July 2017. The false-color view shows the relative warmth or coolness across the region. White indicates where the ice or water surface is warmest, most notably in the widening strip of melange between the main iceberg and the remaining ice shelf. Dark grays and blacks are the coldest areas of ice. The Larsen C shelf area has shrunk around ten percent after a nearly 5,800 square kilometers iceberg, known as A-68, broke away.  EPA/NASA HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
This NASA image shows a massive fracture along Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf that has shrunk by about 10 per cent since a nearly 5,800-square kilometre iceberg broke away. NASA / EPA

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