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One nature tour took quite a turn.
Photos of prehistoric ice sculptures that dwarf seaside houses are drawing visitors from around the globe.
This video is mind-blowing.
Ocean currents are sweeping the colossal 'berg south.
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Icebergs are likely to become more common as melting of the Greenland ice sheet accelerates.
Canadians are no strangers to adventure. Whether it's backpacking in some of the world's most photogenic national parks, surfing double overhead waves in Tofino or ziplining through the rainforest, there's no doubt that Canadians know how to have a good time (and get the adrenaline pumping).
Spring has brought some very big surprises to Newfoundland's east coast. While icebergs float by every year, this year has seen more than usual, and many have come so close to shore that residents can...
THE CANADIAN PRESS — ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The greatest iceberg season in recent memory is drawing scores of visitors to Newfoundland's northern peninsula for a glimpse of the majestic sculptures. "For t...