Larsen C, which could be 5,000km², has a crack which has grown 20 miles since December
Joel Witwer reflects on six months living in the frozen south
It now measures more than 100 miles and only a final 12 remain before an iceberg forms
'We were surprised to see the penguins go for jellyfish'
Lewis Pugh completed several long-distance swims in the Antarctic to highlight the need to protect the pristine wilderness but also lobbied politicians
Commercial fishing to be banned in almost 600,000 square miles of ocean after 24 countries reach landmark agreement
The 50-year-old is survived by his wife Fiona and two sons Martin and Calum
Changes could be weakening the ice shelf, scientists fear
The aquatic Antarctic natives survive in one of the world's most hostile environments, battling the elements, predators - and climate change
Large icebreaker was blown of course during 130km/h winds
Religious leader befriends the bird after it comes up to greet him on a beach
An iceberg the size of Rome has forced the penguins to trek 70 miles for food
A century after Shackleton's 'Endurance' sank, mountaineer Rebecca Stephens and her daughter followed in his wake on a luxury expedition cruise
Totten Glacier has a 5km wide valley beneath its ice shelf that could enable warm water to reach its base
A new study predicts a doubling of ice flow melt by 2050 and possible ice shelf collapse by 2100.
'I've had icicles in places I didn't know existed'