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Oddly beautiful: An unusual iceberg spotted in Newfoundland

The iceberg has a hollow archway carved in the middle and appears to be grounded in the waters just off a Bonavista peninsula community in Upper Amherst Cove.

The iceberg has a hollow archway carved in the middle and appears to be grounded in the waters just off a Bonavista peninsula community in Upper Amherst Cove.

Photographers have been sharing their shots of the iceberg on social media, prompting people to head to the area north of Clarenville.

By this time of year, 40-50 icebergs pass by the coastal area. However, local touring companies have spotted less than ten this year. While numbers may be down, icebergs like the Amherst Cove iceberg make it all worthwhile.

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