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Global warming: Poles become now hot

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New Delhi: The direct impact of global warming is now seen on the two poles of the world, now known as an ice reserve. Temperatures in many regions of the North Pole and South Pole have been shown to rise to the limit required due to the melting of snow. As a result, a massive melting of ice has started on both poles.

Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas

The unprecedented temperatures at the two poles have upset scientists around the world. Scientists working at the Concordia Research Center in Antarctica have found a height of -12.2 degrees Celsius at various places over the two poles. In December 2016, the temperature of those places was -13.7 degrees Celsius.

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