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The world’s largest iceberg has shattered into a dozen pieces, the U.S. National Ice Center reported on Sunday, bringing the colossal object a few leaps closer to its total destruction.
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According to the USNIC, a total of 13 total chunks have cracked off of iceberg A-68 now, with seven new ones appearing in the last few days.