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Climate change: 3 natural wonders that could disappear

The Great Barrier Reef has lost more than half of its coral populations over the past 30 years. Image: UNSPLASH/Chad Taylor

Johnny Wood

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Intense wildfire in 2015 killed hundreds of California’s giant sequoias. Image: Wikimedia Commons

Warming ocean waters are causing coral reef ecosystems around the world to decline. Image: Statista

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Old Sun Glacier is one of many under threat from climate change in Glacier National Park. Image: USGS
Repeat photography shows Grinnell Glacier disappearing over a century. Image: USGS

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