British Antarctic survey

Shocking footage reveals a giant iceberg is close to calving off

Experts are concerned the huge calving event, which would create an iceberg with an area of more than 5,000 km², roughly the size of Delaware or Wales, could leave the entire shelf unstable, reports with reference to Daily Mail

Antarctic research station moved 14 miles across an ice shelf to avoid a dangerous crack in the ice

The Halley VI Research Station, which is home to the British Antarctic Survey, was relocated 14 miles across the Brunt Ice Shelf, amid fears in could slide into an encroaching fissure, reports with reference to Daily Mail Online. However, researchers say