The Arctic climate is becoming more and more extreme. With the large-scale melting of permafrost, many ancient creatures have emerged!
Since entering 2020, climate change has become a kind of normalization. Heavy rainfall and drought have occurred in many areas, which has a great impact on local residents. The most intuitive change is nothing more than the north and south poles, especially the Arctic Circle breaking through the highest temperature of 38 degrees Celsius in history, countless glaciers melting, permafrost melting, leading to a straight rise in sea level, the most worrying thing is that polar bears are on the verge of extinction, they have to worry about finding food every day, these problems have no time to delay.
The influence of thawing of Arctic frozen soil
In addition, the melting of the Arctic permafrost has led to the collapse of many buildings and the leakage of 20000 tons of diesel oil into the Arctic Ocean, which is a shocking sight. In fact, we have already realized that the earth’s climate is developing in the direction of extremes. At present, these problems have shown an irreversible direction. The degree of thawing of frozen soil will only aggravate and bring unnecessary burden to human beings. We should know that the roads and railways built by human beings are all built on frozen soil. When the frozen soil melts, these buildings will collapse. The Arctic climate is becoming more and more extreme. With the large-scale melting of permafrost, many ancient creatures have emerged!
What’s more, what’s hidden in the Arctic permafrost? This is also a hot topic for human beings. Some scientists once found a long-standing prehistoric animal in the permafrost. After in-depth study, they found viruses and microorganisms. Through certain technological means, they are completely revived and in dormancy. There is no doubt that these infectious viruses will have a great impact on human beings if they are not eradicated.
Prehistoric organisms in Arctic permafrost
In June 2019, a huge wolf head appeared in the permafrost of the Arctic circle. Its mouth was wide open and its sharp teeth were shaking. After understanding, we know that the wolf came from 40000 years ago, and its body could not be with its head. It may be caused by a natural disaster or by human factors. The study of these prehistoric creatures has a great role in promoting archaeology. For example, scientists have also discovered mammoths. They use technology to restore the real scenes of tens of thousands of years. They are afraid to think about it.
Human beings have been living on the earth for a long time. All kinds of problems in the Arctic Circle seem to warn us that otherwise, we will become passers-by on the earth and suffer irreversible disasters. Seeing the thawing of these permafrost layers, scientists are not happy. In nature, survival of the fittest is the law of nature. Once the law is violated, inevitable disasters will occur, and no one can afford them.
The great change of temperature is the most troublesome problem nowadays. Only by solving the root cause can the Arctic Circle return to normal. If human beings remain unmoved, it is possible that the final outcome will be the same as that of dinosaurs. For the sake of long-term development, and even for the sake of the earth, everyone should start from now on and contribute his part. What’s your opinion on the thawed permafrost in the Arctic? You can leave a message for interaction.