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Icebergs of Greenland: Part II VR 360

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12-03-2024, 15:43
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Greenland stands as the world's largest non-continental island, sprawling across a vast territory of 2,130,800 square kilometers. Its rugged shores bear witness to millennia of shaping by deep, sinuous fjords that stretch toward the fringes of the ice sheet. The glacial embrace of Greenland began eons ago during the anthropogenic period, a geological epoch commencing some 2,588 million years in the past. Today, this frozen behemoth blankets 1,834,000 square kilometers of the island's surface, bestowing upon it a landscape unparalleled in its stark majesty.

Along the eastern coastline, the frigid embrace of the East-Greenland current washes over the land, ushering in a perpetual dance of icebergs that blockade the shorelines for much of the year. To the north, the waters stand cloaked in ice, a frozen realm where only the hardiest of creatures dare to venture. Yet, amidst this icy dominion, a singular refuge exists along the southwest coast, where the benevolent caress of the warm West-Greenland current offers respite from the relentless chill, creating a haven of relative warmth amid the frozen expanse.

This video is a continuation of the first part.

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