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‘Very worried’: Scientists fret as Antarctic sea ice dwindles

  • Antarctica's sea ice levels have hit historic lows for three consecutive years, with potential severe consequences for the environment.
  • Scientists express concern over society's lack of response to climate change warnings despite clear evidence of its impacts on sea ice melt and ocean salinity.
  • A study found significant ice shelf reductions in Antarctica over the past 25 years, releasing trillions of tons of meltwater into the oceans, affecting sea levels and ocean conditions.
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