VIDEO: Crashing Glacial Ice in Alaska

Glacier National Park

Alaska is the US state situated in the Northwest extremity of the North American continent. Alaska is the largest state in the United States by area and 5th least densely populated state of the 50 United States. Alaska has a longer coastline than all the other U.S. states combined.

This is the most amazing thing you will see today. The team of National Geographic went to the Alaska and captured the live breaking of the ice. This is truly amazing and adventurous. That is a natural phenomenon. The speed of breaking ice has been increased due to the global warming which is an alarming issue. The whole world is aware of this issue. All the nations have to come up and work on the global warming issue. This issue is not only related to the developed countries and developing. We have to decrease the carbon dioxide emissions and other hazardous that our industries are releasing into the environment.

The video has been made by Patrick Gilmore. This is one of the closest observations of the crashing of glacial ice in Alaska. Watch the glacier face calve into the sea as it slowly advances.

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