What is the furthest an iceberg has traveled?



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    Unfortunately, this would be an extremely difficult task to carry out. Iceberg movement can luckily be tracked today by GPS sensors on iceberg surfaces, but that has only been within the last 35 years or so. Obviously we know that icebergs have existed and moved far longer than 35 years, with the Earth being 4.6 billion years old. Hopefully we will ascertain this information not too long in the future! With current information, we know that icebergs can travel 2 miles per day and may even go as far as 2500 miles from their initial destination before final destruction.

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