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West Antarctic Ice Sheet Ready to Break Off?

Newsmax Tuesday, 29 November 2016 ()
The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is believed to be breaking up from the inside out, which could lead to rising sea levels in the future.
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News video: Giant Crack in Antarctic Ice Shelf

Giant Crack in Antarctic Ice Shelf 00:33

Scientists say a giant crack deep beneath the ice in Antarctica is evidence large parts of the West Antarctic ice sheet could collapse in our lifetimes.

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