No? Well, there is; global warming showed us!
From TheBHC at Anything They Say:
There's a new island off the coast of Greenland. Well, it's not really new, it's just that no one knew it was an island. Until now, glacial ice covered the Arctic Ocean and it had always been assumed that the island was a peninsula. Twenty years ago, the region looked frigid, frozen solid, just as we have long expected the Arctic to look.Today, writes TheBHC, there is this (see picture above).