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(Smithsonian Magazine) In the year 1912, an iceberg, which likely calved off of the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland, floated into the path of the Titanic, leading to the “unsinkable” ship’s tragic demise.

Today, Earth’s glaciers are in retreat, shedding many such bergs into the ocean and triggering sea level rise.

But new satellite data shows that oddly, the Jakobshavn Glacier has actually grown thicker in recent years, after decades of discharging tons of ice into the ocean.

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