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Dramatic Alaska Glacier Break Video

Obviously, the earth is not just standing still and climate change is a reality, as glacial ice continues to melt and break off. Maybe your vacation plans during the Frog Days of Summer don’t include Alaska, but some tourists got an eyeful there earlier this week.

According an article in the Huffington Post:

If anybody ever thought staring at ice was boring, they need just look at this video of a 200-foot chunk of ice breaking off of Sawyer Glacier in Tracy Arm Fjord in Alaska to realize that ice can certainly perk up a tourist’s day.

Or not. In the Youtube description the author says that, “a woman was injured and broke her leg.”

Here is dramatic footage of that glacier chunk breaking off.

 

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