What is the largest glacier in the world?

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The world's largest glacier is the Lambert Glacier on the continent of Antarctica, and it is 320 miles long and 40 miles wide.
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For non polar zones: Glacier Fedchenko in Tajikistan, Asia.
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The 2,000 square mile Bering Glacier is the largest in North America. The Malaspina Glacier is the largest piedmont glacier in the world at 1,500 hundred square miles. The Hubbard
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I believe it would be Asia, it comes it at 17,139,445 square miles with Africa being second at 11,677,239.
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Lambert Glacier is the largest glacier in the world, at about 80 km wide
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Lambert Glacier, located in Antarctica, is the world's largest glacier. It's 60 miles (100 km) wide, 250 miles (400 km) long and 1.5 miles (2500 meters) deep.
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