The mega-berg has almost gone, broken into lots of little pieces that the US National Ice Center says are no longer worth tracking.
A68 was calved from the Larson C Ice Shelf on the edge of the Antarctic Peninsula, and for a year it hardly moved. But then it started to drift north with increasing speed, riding on strong currents and winds.
The iceberg was eventually destroyed by the waves, warm water and higher air temperatures in the Atlantic. The last large part of the A68, known as the A68a, is now only 3 by 2 nautical miles (approximately 20.5 square kilometers).
As it was reported earlier, Antarctica is no longer the only continent that has not faced coronavirus infection.