The icebergs drifting into harbours across Newfoundland and Labrador may seen like sturdy ice monoliths, but warming weather melts even the thickest ice.
An iceberg in a harbour in Torbay broke apart earlier this week, and a piece started rolling through the water.
Kim Fitzpatrick was out viewing the berg when the ice started shifting.
The large pieces of ice slowly rolled and changed positions in the water.
Check out the iceberg's transformation in the video above.