I guess this is normal! Who knew!
There's an actual area off the coast of Newfoundland called "Iceberg Alley" where icebergs float by in the Atlantic and tourists go to gawk at them. But this particular 'berg is a real looker because of its massive size!
Imagine seeing this glide by in your lounge chair on Revere Beach! Ack!
Each spring, ice blocks drift down from the arctic into an area known as "Iceberg Alley," off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. One of the first massive icebergs of the season looks grounded in shallow water, just off the coast of Ferryland, Canada.