Apparently we have icebergs headed our way: Icebergs ahead:
A flotilla of about one hundred icebergs has been sighted about 260 kilometres from the lower South Island. The largest iceberg is about two kilometres long and 120 metres high. Niwa scientists believe they are remnants of A-43, a 167 kilometre long superberg that broke off the Ronne Ice Shelf near the Antarctic Peninsula in May 2000.
[Via Hazard Fact.]
What gets me is that these icebergs are already 6 years old and haven’t melted yet. Amazing!