A significant portion of ice, about the size of California and Texas combined, has already melted in the North Pole. As a result, the Northwest Passage has opened and arctic animals, such as the polar bear, are dying out. Science suggests that if more ice in the Arctic is lost there will be droughts in the western United States, and the midlatitudes are expected to feel the impact. There will also be changes in precipitation in Europe. By 2030, the arctic could become a place full of fog and mist, but not ice. Sea levels will also rise, and these are just some of the ways the world will be affected.
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