The giant block of ice has spun around and is now moving north along the Antarctic Peninsula.Read more
The world's biggest iceberg has spun around and is now moving north along the Antarctic Peninsula.
Peter Fretwell counts penguins from space and has watched the collapse of an emperor colony.
Since breaking off Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf, the giant berg known as A-68 has slowly drifted north.
Scientists will look for new species living on the seafloor in a location previously covered by ice.