Feel the shock and awe as massive chunks of ancient ice crack, pop, and break free from the tidewater face of Margerie Glacier before smashing into the sea.
An iceberg is stranded on a remote shoreline in Glacier Bay. The rhythms of dripping glacier ice and wavelets lapping the shore are an ancient sound.
Tiny air bubbles are compressed deep within glacier ice. As the ice melts, these ancient air pockets burst free, creating natural seltzer!
Last updated: August 8, 2016
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve
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