Argentina: Thunderous ice calve at Argentina's Los Glaciers National Park

The Los Glaciares National Park covers a total surface area of 600,000 hectares.
Argentina: Thunderous ice calve at Argentina's Los Glaciers National Park

A tourist in Argentina's Los Glaciares National Park filmed the moment a large block of ice broke off the Perito Moreno Glacier and crashed into Lake Argentino.

According to UNESCO, the front of the massive, continually moving glacier regularly releases icebergs into the lake.

Los Glaciares National Park is located in the southwest of Santa Cruz Province, in Argentina's Patagonia region.

It consists of a National Park and a National Reserve and covers a total surface area of 600,000 hectares.

Los Glaciares is named after the numerous glaciers that comprise nearly half of the World Heritage property.

Many of these glaciers are nourished by the vast South Patagonian Ice Field, South America's most extensive relic of Quaternary glaciological processes.

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Argentina: Thunderous ice calve at Argentina's Los Glaciers National Park

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