Biggest Iceberg on Collision Course With Wildlife-Filled Island

The world's biggest iceberg—called A68a—is heading directly towards the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, where it could wreak havoc on the local wildlife for years to come.

Satellite imagery shows the iceberg, which is larger than Rhode Island, drifting northeast towards the British overseas territory of South Georgia.

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