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After decades of climate change, 42 square miles of ice broke away from the largest remaining Arctic shelf and shattered

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After decades of climate change, 42 square miles of ice broke away from the largest remaining Arctic shelf and shatteredThe Spalte Glacier in northeast Greenland has split off the Arctic’s largest ice shelf and is adrift at sea, after record temperature rises.

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