Uppsala Glacier is the second largest glacier in the world. You can see its corner when you visit Argentina Lake. The glacier is super large, about the size of four Buenos Aires. On the surface of the Argentine lake near the glacier, floating ice of various shapes is huge, very blue, shining in the sunshine, very fantastic.
Uppsala Glacier, with a surface area of 595 square kilometers and a length of 60 kilometers, is the longest glacier in South America. As the glacier moves against the rocks on both sides of the wall, the instructor can see rutting black marks from a distance, in contrast to the pure blue and white of other glaciers.
As if we had arrived in Antarctica, it was snowy and icy.
With the warming of the climate, it is possible that the ice will suddenly sink.