Watching the Titanic film can bring to mind an intriguing question: just how much of an iceberg can we see above water? This video shows you that there’s actually more than meets the eye when it comes to these floating mounds of ice. It turns out that 7/8ths of an iceberg lurks below the waterline. The submerged part of the iceberg is a beauty to behold. You won’t want to miss this videos of some divers taking in all the beauty!
Icebergs are a critical part of the arctic environment. Ice floes provide a way for polar bears to navigate their hunting ground. When the ice floes melt, they must travel greater distances to find food, resulting in starvation. Sign this petition to tell Congress to let the EPA do its job and protect the bears by instituting strong climate standards.Whizzco