The arctic and Greenland have probably been most impacted by global warming.
Average yearly temperatures have increased in the arctic by nearly double the average increase over the rest of the globe. This results in the increased melting of the sea ice and glaciers around the world, and particularly in Greenland and the Arctic. If the sea ice continues to melt at the rate it is currently melting, much of the arctic wildlife will forced to adapt at extremely quick rates to survive, and most likely will fail.
The arctic is a very fragile and telling area of the world when it comes to climate change.
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