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+ - SPAM: Global Warming 5 Million Years Ago in Antarctic Drastically Raised Sea Levels

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An anonymous reader writes "As temperatures rise, scientists continue to worry about the effects of melting Antarctic ice, which threatens to raise sea levels and swamp coastal communities. This event, though, isn't unprecedented. Researchers have uncovered evidence that reveals global warming five million years ago may have caused parts of Antarctica's ice sheets to melt, causing sea levels to rise by about 20 meters."
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Global Warming 5 Million Years Ago in Antarctic Drastically Raised Sea Levels

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