What is the world's largest glacier called?

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Lambert Glacier is a major glacier in East Antarctica. At about 100 km wide, over 400 km long, and about 2,500 m deep, it holds the Guinness world record for the world's largest. The glacier is important in the studies of climate change, most of which are done with remote sensing due to the harsh conditions in the area.
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