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Findings by Bigg also convey that although the iceberg was 400 feet long and 100 feet above the ocean when it sank the Titanic, it was approximately 1,700 feet long when it initially started drifting into the sea. Also, the original size is estimated to be a gigantic 75 metric tonnes as compared to 1.5 metric tonnes when the tragedy happened.
These findings by Bigg would be presented at the Cambridge Science Festival revealing more secrets about one of the most researched tragedies in Human History.
Article by Rohit Jha