Scientists say Antarctica iceberg break not due to climate change

Researchers say climate adjust was not to blame for a big iceberg breaking away in Antarctica but fairly, substantial tide.

A 1,550 square kilometre iceberg broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf above the weekend, just about a decade right after cracks formed in a section known as Chasm 1.

Glaciologist Dominic Hodgson claims the ice separation in a natural way occurs in this aspect of Antarctica.

Two many years back researchers recorded a further iceberg separation from the Brunt Ice Shelf.