Arctic Ice has melted further and faster than ever before in human history

“a whopping 760,000 square kilometers less than ever recorded (which is 3.29 million square kilometers below the average minimum).

Though images of polar bears and walrus stranded on melting ice-cubes pop up, and we morn the ever-increasing loss of their habitat; what happens at the poles will not stay at the poles

The affect of the Arctic sea ice diminishing will not just remain in the far north, we can (and should) expect more and more extreme weather as a result of this year’s ice loss” (Rhian Waller of NG Explorers in Ocean Views on September 28, 2012)

Please visit  National Geographic

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