Giant iceberg drifts off coast of Canada, Internet users express shock over viral video

Users of X, erstwhile Twitter, have expressed their shock after a video of a gigantic iceberg sailing near the shores of the Canadian island of Newfoundland went viral recently.

A giant iceberg sailing near the shores of the Canadian island of Newfoundland. Photo Courtesy: Emoinu Oinam Instagram page

In the video, the colossal icy structure could be seen drifting towards Canada's east coast.

According to reports, the viral video was shot a month ago.

The video was posted on Instagram by Emoinu Oinam.

The Instagram user wrote: "We drove down to Conche, Newfoundland to meet Shannon’s parents and came across this big surprise. This huge Iceberg was such a warm welcome to the this beautiful community."

In another post she wrote: "Ever wondered what it is like to walk around Conche? Come join me as I take a walk around and come across an IceBerg! For those who don’t know know Conche is a community on the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Its population in 2021 was 149. (Jai Google) #Conche #IceBerg."

Meanwhile, reacting to the video, a coal media user wrote on X: "On the island of Newfoundland, Canada, people saw a colossal iceberg approaching the mainland."

Another wrote: "A giant iceberg has sailed to the Canadian island of Newfoundland."

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