Turquoise water collects on the top of a melting iceberg in the Disko Bay on June 29. This iceberg and others like it come from the Jakobshavn Glacier, also known as Sermeq Kujalleq. Traveling 130 feet in a day, on average, Jakobshavn is one of the world’s fastest glaciers. It also calves more than 11 cubic miles of icebergs each year—the most of any glacier outside Antarctica.
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