NASA recently released a photo of the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica. In the picture, you can clearly see a super square iceberg floating from the sea. The cut surfaces around it are quite perfect. Each side is sharp and close to 90 degrees, but the top is quite sharp. Smooth, as if cut straight by a giant knife.
In this regard, scientists and geologists have come forward to explain that since the icebergs that everyone is accustomed to have a tip shape, few people know about this kind of iceberg.
It is understood that this kind of iceberg is called a “flat-top iceberg” and is a relatively young iceberg. The vertical surface of the iceberg is perfectly eroded by wind and waves, giving it such an uncanny and perfect appearance.