Iceberg in the arctic naturally squared

On October 16 on their regular flyover of the ice sheet of Antarctica (Larsen C ice shelf), NASA spotted a naturally formed rectangular iceberg.

According to scientist it is not that uncommon to see iceberg that are rectangular in shape. However, this one is strikingly rectangular with straight edges or 90-degree angles. The straight lines are formed when the iceberg calves or breaks apart from the ice shelf.

Resources: CNN and NASA