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The Daily Mirror, London. 16th January 2008, Page 18 and 19...28th November 2007, Patagonian, Argentina. The Perito Moreno glacier, located 78 km from El Calafate, in Argentina was named after the explorer Francisco Moreno. The huge glacier is one of only three Patagonian glaciers that are not retreating. Standing 5 km wide, with an average height of 60 meters above the surface of the water, with a total ice depth of 170 meters. It advances at a speed of up to 2 meters per day (around 700 meters per year)..PHOTO © JOHN CHAPPLE / DIGITAL BEACH MEDIA..t: 310 570 9100.e: firstname.lastname@example.org: www.digitalbeachmedia.com.
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