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Giant iceberg on course to 'devastate wildlife' on penguin colony island

A satellite image of the A-68A iceberg (L) as it approaches South Georgia island (R) in the South Atlantic, December 4, 2020. Picture taken December 4, 2020.

If it hits South Georgia, the iceberg could disrupt wildlife on the island. Image: Reuters

Cassandra Garrison
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A satellite image of the A-68A iceberg near South Georgia island in the South Atlantic, taken November 21, 2020. Picture taken November 21, 2020. NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite image/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY - RC2QJK9AFXRJ
The iceberg covers 4,200 square km. Image: Sentinelhub
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