Icebergs lure tourists to tiny Newfoundland town
In an effort to fend off the consequences of overfishing, fishermen in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, are turning their sights to a new bumper crop of icebergs—or, speed bumps, as they call them—that are drifting south from Greenland and luring boatloads of tourists.
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