The largest iceberg in the world could hit the Georgia islands of the South Atlantic
The largest iceberg in the world is on its way to collide with the South Georgia islands.
Known as A68a, the ice floe encompasses 4,200 square kilometers of ice floe.
The ice giant of Antarctica is similar in size to that of the South Atlantic island
There is a possibility that the iceberg could run aground off the coast of this island, and it represents a serious threat to seals and penguins, because it would block their feeding routes