Chile's mesmerising glaciers

Chile is one of the world's main glacier reserves, with gigantic ice blocks covering almost three percent of the national territory. That's more than 20,000km², which is about two thirds the size of Belgium. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in September warned that glaciers were losing 280 billion tonnes of ice every year, contributing 35 percent of sea level rises.

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