35 years of arctic ice melting, in 125 seconds

Just 5% of the original mass of the sea ice off the coast of Greenland remains, in the face of arctic ice melting fast Image: REUTERS/Kathryn Hansen/NASA

Johnny Wood

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Average Arctic sea ice cover in March has been falling with decades of arctic ice melting Image: Statista
Apart from Arctic ice melting fast, even Antarctica has lost almost 2 million square kilometres of sea ice cover since 2014. Image: Statista

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