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top 5 global warming facts

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top 5 global warming facts


1- The effects of global warming can be extreme – rising temperatures leading to catastrophic floods and droughts could destroy many plants animals and humans in years to come.

2- Glaciers melting and sea temperatures getting warmer has caused global sea levels to rise between 10 and 25 centimetres (between 4 and 10 inches) in the last century. This is all part of global warming.

3- The World Wildlife Fund believes that climate change has wiped out all the golden toads of Costa Rica – making them one of the first victims of global warming.

4- One victim of global warming is the Ilulissat glacier in Greenland, which is melting and flowing into the sea more quickly than ever before.

5- The Arctic may be totally free of ice for 3 months each year by 2040 due to global warming.

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