The European Space Agency (ESA) has kept satellite cameras trained on the iceberg – dubbed PIG – since then, Inverse reports, and now the space agency released a time-lapse video of the ongoing split.
It’s a disturbing video, especially when considering how rapidly the glacier fractured compared to past splits.
In the video, PIG is seen splitting into even smaller icebergs as it floats away from the rest of the glacier. The ESA is referring to those mini-icebergs as piglets, according to Inverse.
Most dire is what will happen if PIG continues to melt as the planet heats up.