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Watch: Musicians play ice instruments to raise climate change awareness

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Watch: Musicians play ice instruments to raise climate change awareness

Watch: Musicians play ice instruments to raise climate change awareness

The quartet performed in temperatures of -12℃, which might sound cold but last month, the average temperature in the Arctic was 8℃ higher than normal, according to Greenpeace.

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