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Sunset at Tasman Glacier
New Zealand

Tasman Glacier is the largest glacier in New Zealand and is usually visited together with Aoraki/Mt Cook on the same day. Located on the eastern side of Mt Cook and Mt Wakefield it is distinguished by the huge amount of rocks covering its surface and its large terminal lake, Lake Tasman - reputedly didn't exist until 1973. It is forecasted that the glacier will eventually disappear by 2040.

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送信日: 11/07/2011
更新日: 11/06/2014
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