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The continuous warming of oceans around the world could make the oceans change its color in an unprecedented way due to climate change. According to a study published in the journal Nature Communications, phytoplankton will transform while the oceans keep on warming. As the relentless greenhouse gas emissions take effect, the bluest part of the ocean will become bluer while the greener zones close to the equator and poles will become greener. The shifting colors could be a spectacle...

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Too much heat caused by global warming has already killed thousands of animals from the Land Down Under. Australia is enduring the maximum temperature of 42°C ever recorded in Perth. It could be 10° above normal, however, it still is 4° off the record. The intensified heatwave caused lakes and rivers to dry up. The warm air and high humidity giving the animals hard time to breathe causing their deaths. Freshwater fishes including bony herring, golden and silver...

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Ocean waves are noticeably getting stronger, courtesy of climate change that shifts the wind patterns. New research published in Nature suggests that ocean waves are getting more forceful and more dangerous while climate change continues to deliberately warm oceans around the world. Local wind patterns stimulate upper-ocean waves. These wind patterns are propelled by discrepancies in the temperature between various distinct layers of the air. As greenhouse gases are injected into the atmosphere and warm...

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Ice melts faster than it freezes in the Arctic leaving polar bears little or no place at all to live and give birth. Global warming hastens the melting of ice in the Arctic region but it takes longer to reach freezing point. This event spells extinction for the polar bears. The dawdling freezing of several Arctic regions this winter gave pregnant polar bears a hard time to look for birthing sanctuaries. The sea ice lengthy...

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A new threat of El Niño is looming and scientists around the globe are actively monitoring it. The previous El Niño took its toll on the planet in late 2015 and has been the strongest ever documented. A remarkable pattern of worldwide rainfall fluctuations caused massive wildfires in Indonesia. It propelled coral bleaching and affected over 60 million people globally. It is expected that the impending El Niño will be as harsh just like three...