Greenland had warmer temperatures in the past
Beeps By | Jun 06 2018

Scientists have discovered the remains of ancient life that survived the last ice age from mud northwest Greenland. From the studies of the two periods Holocene and Interglacial, it is found that Greenland experienced warmer temperatures, which could be responsible for the sea-level rise. Currently, it has temperature, ranging between 30o and -40o F.

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