The 62.5-square-kilometre ice island is moving southwest at 0.6 kilometres per hour. The ice island weighs between 3.5 billion and four billion tonnes. It is very pure made of 110,000-year-old water. it is estimated to be about 251 square kilometres, that broke off the Petermann Glacier in Greenland last August. Warmer weather is contributing to further sections breaking off.
Aparently the ice island contaains harbours, bays and waterfalls. The daily iceberg bulletin from Environment Canada’s Canadian Ice Service said that more than 150 icebergs off the coast of Labrador.