NASA has spotted a second perfectly rectangular iceberg in the Antarctic.

The second rectangular berg, known as a ‘tabular’ iceberg, was spotted off the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, near the Larsen C ice shelf and close to the first one.

It is part of a large ‘field of bergs NASA experts may have recently broken off the shelf, and say the sharp angles and flat surfaces are evidence the break occurred very recently.

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