An iceberg is a lairge piece o freshwatter ice that haes broken off a glacier or an ice shelf an is floatin freely in open watter. It mey subsequently acome frozen intae pack ice (ane form o sea ice). As it drifts intae shallaer watters, it mey come intae contact wi the seabed, a process referred tae as seabed gougin bi ice.
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Icebergs float in salt water, but they are formed from freshwater glacial ice.