A giant iceberg almost the size of the British capital London broke off last night (Sunday) from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica as images showed the collapsed area of the Brunt Ice Shelf amounting to 1,550 square kilometers. , and its thickness was 150 meters. And the Director of the Polar Survey in Britain, Dame Jane Francis, explained that cracks that had formed naturally over the past years had crystallized, causing a new iceberg to detach. Pointing out that glaciologists and task forces expected this event, pointing out that it is “a natural phenomenon and has nothing to do with climate change.” He stressed that scientific and operational teams continue to monitor the ice shelf in real time to ensure its safety. Remarkably, the current collapse is the second in the region in two years and comes a decade after Polar Survey scientists first detected the growth of wide cracks in the ice.