Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up

scientists thought this patch of the arctic would be the last to melt its breaking up

The ice north of Greenland is some of the oldest and thickest in the Arctic. But scientists have observed something unusual in this year: open water.

Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up

Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up
Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up Scientists thought this patch of the Arctic would be the last to melt. It's breaking up

 

 

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