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Ice Melt St Anthony Newfoundland

A large piece of ice floating in St. Anthony harbour in Newfoundland, Canada will slowly melt away once it has reached this point.

Once the pack ice moves into the harbour of St. Anthony in Newfoundland, it will break apart and melt until there is nothing left. Each year, large chunks of ice end up in the harbour and they can sometimes take a month or so to completely melt as the weather warms the water and surrounding air.

Pack Ice in the St Anthony Harbour, St Anthony, Northern Peninsula, Viking Trail, Newfoundland, Canada.

Ice Melt St Anthony Newfoundland
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Picture of pack ice in the harbour of St. Anthony, Newfoundland in a slow melt process.
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