About 40% of the North Pole’s ice cap has been lost since 1995, and it is melting at a exponential rate. Melting ice has effected populations of polar bears, walruses, and other creatures that inhabit the ice. Its affecting how local people hunt and live, as well. It is drastically altering the landscape that was once familiar to indigenous people like the Inuit. The rising sea level is causing erosion and other landscape changes. But at least they have nice, sunny summers now. And the melting ice will open up plenty of resources that humans need.
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