Massive iceberg grounded in 120-metre deep water off N.L.

An iceberg is seen floating near Carbonear, Newfoundland. – Image courtesy of CTV News

By The Canadian Press, July 6, 2017 

BONAVISTA, N.L. — Social media photos of prehistoric ice sculptures that dwarf seaside houses and run with waterfalls are drawing visitors from around the globe to Newfoundland and Labrador.

Bob Currie of Discovery Sea Adventures in Bonavista said Thursday it’s a banner iceberg viewing season driven by increasing attention on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

There are at least three icebergs near the town that can be reached by boat, including a giant one grounded in 120 metres of water, he said.

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