How Iceberg Alley got its name and why it may be under threat

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Iceberg Alley, the stretch of coast ranging from Labrador to Newfoundland, is the southernmost region of the northern hemisphere where one can regularly see icebergs. But hurry up! As the planet continues to warm, Iceberg Alley may soon lose its name.

Iceberg sightseeing is a common – and much-anticipated – activity in Newfoundland. Every spring, locals and visitors brave the region’s damp and chilly weather – it

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