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Where is the largest glacier in the world?
The largest glacier in the world is the Lambert Glacier in Antarctica. It covers 1 million square kilometers along a length of over 400 kilometers. The Glacier was named in 1957 after Bruce Lambert, Australia's Director of National Mapping. Glaciers store about 69 percent of the world's freshwater. Photo credit: Richard Stanaway
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