MELTING POLAR ICE CAPS
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What are Melting Polar Ice Caps?
The melting of mountain glaciers, small Arctic ice caps and groundwater mining. The share of the polar ice melt, however, is rising. The pattern of change differs considerably between the Arctic and the Antarctic.
The Overall amount of ice in the Arctic is shrinking every year.
With less and less land every year, polar bears are running out of places to go.
The ice is splitting into parts and causing ruptures in the water.
The melting of polar ice caps is caused by the overall increase in global temperature, and this melting can have serious consequences for all organisms on Earth. A large supporter of global warming is methane which is formed by the evaporation of bodies of water