As the Arctic enters the “super collapse zone”, prehistoric creatures are exposed one by one, and stealth bombs are ready to explode!

As the Arctic enters the “super collapse zone”, prehistoric creatures are exposed one by one, and stealth bombs are ready to explode!

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The collapse of the Canadian ice shelf and the spread of American fires are all related to global warming. It caused a series of butterfly effects, the scene once out of control, it is difficult to control. In Siberia, there are even more shocking scenes. Many prehistoric remains appear in the thawed Arctic permafrost, which makes scientists headache.

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The potholes and sand pits that can be seen everywhere are very prominent. If you walk on them, you can easily fall in. At present, it has completely entered the super collapse area. According to the observation of scientists, there is a deep pit with a length of two kilometers and a depth of more than 100 meters. The most incredible thing is that this deep pit is growing rapidly and expanding constantly, which makes people dare not approach. If you listen carefully, you will also hear some supernatural sounds, which makes you think deeply. As the Arctic enters the “super collapse zone”, prehistoric creatures are exposed one by one, and stealth bombs are ready to explode!

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There are two types of permafrost

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In 2016, some scientists submitted a research report, which is based on the observation of the past 10 years. The length and depth of the deep pits are increasing rapidly, which are inextricably linked with temperature warming and may lead to more land collapse in the future. In fact, there are two types of permafrost, one is glacial ice, which is water ice left over from the last ice age and buried under the ground, and the other is deep pit, which is trapped in the sediment. Once the temperature rises suddenly, it will bring unnecessary effects. Polar bears in the Arctic circle are on the verge of extinction. The area of the permafrost is melting and shrinking, and the ground collapse is becoming more and more serious.

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Scientists also found in the permafrost, mammoth ivory, remains of prehistoric foals, and so on, it seems to be a warning to mankind. In the final analysis, global warming is caused by excessive deforestation and emission of greenhouse gases. It has a great impact on the climate of the north and south poles. The temperature of the Arctic will rise every year. This year, it will break through the highest temperature of 38 degrees in history. It is like an invisible bomb. If it is not careful, it will bring a deep scar to the earth.

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The damage caused by the remains of these ancient creatures

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Seeing the appearance of these ancient biological remains, scientists frown, because bacteria and viruses have been detected on them. They have been dormant for a long time and have not died completely. They can be revived completely through certain scientific and technological means. Even smallpox, which has been disappearing for a long time, may exist in nature and be highly infectious. After all of them are released, they will be infected The unimaginable consequences will bite back on human beings, and they can’t help themselves at all.

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In 2014, French scientists discovered a virus called wide mouth jar, which has a history of 30000 years. Due to the low temperature of the environment, it has been frozen and dormant. This time, the thawing of frozen soil provides favorable conditions for its revival. What should scientists do now? What do you think can be done to save the Arctic Circle? You can leave a message for interaction.

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