Massive Iceberg Drifts Away From Antarctica, Could Disrupt Shipping
It’s one of the largest icebergs in Antarctica and scientists say it seems ready for a change of scenery. It will be hard to miss as it’s said to be three times the size of New York City. Researchers say it broke free in August 1986 and hasn’t drifted too far away from the shelf it came from, but now they say it’s really on the move. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.