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Antarctica Turning Green as Warm Temperatures Increase Moss Growth

Newsmax Friday, 19 May 2017
The growth of moss on the land of Antarctica is causing it to turn green where there used to be just ice, with some attributing the growth to climate change.
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Climate change is causing moss to grow in Antartica. According to scientists, moss banks that have been found on the coast of the Antartica Peninsula have increased their growth by at least “4 or 5 times.” Dominic Hodgsons, a co-author of the study that discovered this, stated, “If you’d...

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