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Beginner's Guide to Glaciers on
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Glacial Ice appear as a brilliant light-blue color..

Satellite image of Patagonian glaciers
Patagonian glaciers, including Los Glaciares National Park and the Moreno Glacier. Chile and Argentina.

Satellite image of Iceland glaciers
The Vatnajokull glacier is the largest in Iceland.

Satellite image of Switzerland glaciers
Glacial moraine near Zermatt, Switzerland.



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