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Iceberg Shapes

Tabular: A flat-topped iceberg. Most show horizontal banding.

Blocky: A flat-topped iceberg with steep vertical sides.

Drydocked: An iceberg which is eroded and a U-shaped slot is formed. Pinnacled: An iceberg with a central spire, with one or more spires.

Wedged: An iceberg which is flat on top and with steep vertical sides on one end and sloping on the other.

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