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Arctic sea ice hits new low making the future of the Arctic unpredictable

Arctic sea ice hits new low making the future of the Arctic unpredictable
Scientists said the vast and ancient ice sheet sitting atop Greenland shed a 113 square kilometer (approx. 44 square miles) chunk of ice last month. The slushy layer opens a host of new questions for scientists who say the future of the Arctic is unclear.

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