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Scientists speculate that the iceberg that sunk the Titanic may have come from the Jacobshavn glacier located in west Greenland. This glacier is one of the largest on earth, measuring about 15 kilometres across. The Jacobshavn glacier is also the fastest-moving glacier on Earth, moving over 7 kilometres per year. Much ice from the glacier enters the ocean and breaks up into small chunks measuring from 10 metres to 1 kilometre across.

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