What Causes an Iceberg to Flip?
Chunks of ice — those coasting tops that spot the North Atlantic, Antarctic and different waters — appear to be pretty steady. All things considered, nine-tenths of their mass is submerged, leaving just the tip obvious. Be that as it may, from time to time an ice shelf will tumble over. Indeed, even gigantic ones the size of urban areas, with tops several feet tall, have flipped. Icy masses are conceived when a piece of ice severs from an ice sheet, an ice rack or another chu