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Jade berg near Mawson.
Jade bergs such as this one photographed by Mawson chef Benny Bogusz, are thought to form when seawater, rich in minerals and organic matter, freezes to the base of ice shelves. Wind and waves sculpt overturned bergs, which can develop strikingly coloured layers and patterns.

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