Climate change to blame for 42 mile stretch of largest Arctic ice shelf breaking off and shattering

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The the Arctic Sea Last big remaining ice shelves is melding a chunk of ice more than 40 Square miles in size has broken away from the ice shelf known as 79 in northeast Greenland, and researchers have said the melting of this ice sheet near the North Pole the ice sheets near the South Pole is tracking the U. N climate panels. Worst case scenario for global warming, suggesting global sea levels could rise some 16 inches by the end of this century, leaving hundreds of millions of people in coastal areas even more. Vulnerable to killer storm surges and flooding. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London Hi

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