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Rare Iceberg in Antarctica Flipped Over and the Results Are Stunning [PHOTOS]

Ninety percent of the typical iceberg sits below the surface, so it’s extraordinarily rare for an iceberg to flip over. San Francisco-based photographer Alex Cornell was on an expedition to Antarctica when he witnessed the magical site of a flipped iceberg. The shiny, blue exterior looks smooth and translucent with beautiful grooves and air bubbles that only add to the iceberg’s great beauty. While this iceberg is small enough to have overturned without causing damage, larger icebergs that flip can cause tsunamis and capsize ships.
 
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