When fallen snow compresses for many years to form large masses of ice. They have the unique quality of moving. Some glaciers may also defined as slow-moving rivers of ice, while others are like fields or ice. Glaciers occupy about 10% of the total land area of the world, with the highest concentrations in the polar regions like the Canadian Arctic, Antarctica, Greenland, Alaska, etc., the largest one of them being the Lambert Glacier in East Antarctica . However, many stunning glaciers also lie in the non-polar regions of the world. Let us take a look at 10 Most Amazing Glaciers Outside Polar Regions.
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