If by “adapting” you mean “melting,” then yes.
Glaciers do not really have the ability to adapt. They are ice, and due to the properties of water they will melt if the temperature dips below freezing (0 degrees celcius, 32 degrees fahrenheit).
You mean, of course, that they will melt if the temperature goes above the melting/freezing point. 🙂
Oh gosh, good catch. That’s just embarrassing.
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