Different glaciers (even layers in a single glacier) move at different speeds. Most glaciers move very slowly, usually less than a foot a day, although some have been known to move more than 50 feet a day. The fastest-moving glacier ever recorded is the Quarayaq Glacier in Greenland, which has traveled 80 feet in one day.
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