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Source:  TIME

Among the many wonders in Netflix’s new wildlife documentary series “Our Planet,” arguably the most awe-inspiring is a scene where almost no animals appear at all.

In this clip from the series, which premieres April 5 on the streaming giant, cameras catch the moment when a chunk of ice the size of a skyscraper breaks off the Store Glacier in Greenland and tumbles into the ocean.

As seabirds circle in the foreground, 75 million tons of crystalline ice cascade into the water below.

“Glaciers have always released ice into the ocean,” says narrator David Attenborough. “But now this is happening nearly twice as fast as it did ten years ago.”

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