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This massive iceberg could cause a tsunami in Greenland

The iceberg weighs between 8 and 10 million tons. Image: Ritzau Scanpix/Magnus Kristensen/ via REUTERS

Hilary Brueck

Science reporter, Business Insider

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A storage tank is seen as an iceberg floats near the Innaarsuit settlement, Greenland July 12, 2018 in this image obtained from social media. Picture taken July 12, 2018. Lucia Ali Nielsen via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. MANDATORY CREDIT: LUCIA ALI NIELSEN - RC1EF9FAF780
Image: Lucia Ali Nielsen via REUTERS

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