That gigantic Japanese earthquake’s subsequent tsunami broke off massive icebergs in Antarctica. Scientists call it calving, when giant baby icebergs break off from the mainland ice cap. Isn’t that cute?
Read more here: http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/tsunami-bergs.html
Debris from the Japanese earthquake/tsunami is expected to arrive in 1-3 years on the west coast, including entire homes, cars, and severed feet inside shoes. I will definitely become a beachcomber!