A short biography of the iceberg that sunk the titanic

  Much has been said about the Titanic, but littele is known about the non-human subject that sunk it. This article by Alasdair Wilkins portraits the very iceberg which colided with the unsinkable “titanic” a 100 years ago. Evidently the unnamed subject edured the collision and was only marked with red streak of anifouling paint of the ship hull. The iceberg predated the titanic for quite some time and also outlasted it for another year or two before the currents of the Atlantic ocean decided to carry him further south to melt it.

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