The largest iceberg in the world, known as the A68a, is heading to the island of South Georgia, a British territory in the South Atlantic. It's been three years since it broke away from Antarctica.

The A68a iceberg is 4,200 square kilometres and 160 kilometres long. Although satellite images suggest that the A68a is on its way to South Georgia, its route could be diverted by currents.

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