Iceberg Stops By Canadian Town, Just To Chill

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A town in Newfoundland received a high-profile visitor this month: a massive iceberg that has turned the little community of Ferryland into a tourist hotspot.

While the region is known for icebergs during [READ MORE HERE]

Source: Huffington Science