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English: A serac (originally from Swiss French sérac) is a block or column of ice formed by intersecting crevasses on a glacier. Often house-sized or larger, they are dangerous to mountaineers since they may topple with little warning. Even when stabilized by persistent cold weather, they can be an impediment to glacier travel.
Español: Serac
Français : Séracs
Íslenska: ísturnar


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