This is only one of many small icebergs in the Weddell Sea. It is in the northwestern area, and if you go ashore on it, you'll find South American Sea Lions. In the water below, you can find Antarctic Minke Whales, and a group of Leopard Seals can be seen in the distance.

In your notebook, this iceberg is described:

"This small iceberg is in the northwest of the Weddell Sea. Many sea creatures visit it to catch Antarctic Silverfish, but none are able to dominate the area as the leopard seals do."

It has a companion iceberg, Small Iceberg A-s2813.