The world’s biggest iceberg is about to enter the open ocean.
The iceberg broke free from the Antarctic in 2017 and has been floating towads the open ocean since then.
It is expected to dramatically reduce in size when it hits the Southern Ocean.
The iceberg is known as A68. It covers an area close to 6000 square kilometres.
When it broke off the berg had an area close to 6000 sqkm and it has lost very little of its bulk over the past two-and-a-half years.
But scientists say the colossus will struggle to maintain its integrity when it reaches the Southern Ocean’s rougher waters.