A Glacier Melts 16 Square Kilometers in Iceland

US space research agency NASA has released astounding images showing a huge glacier disappearing in Iceland in just 30 years due to climate change and global warming.

The glacier is named Oukule, which covers an area of ​​16.5 sq km. Experts know it only as OK. NASA has released photos of OK’s 1986 and later 2019 for comparison, which can be seen in the old photo of the glacier while in the latest image of the glacier. There is only one mountain overlooking the place, with light greenery around it. Experts observing the glacier and researching its fall say that the Arctic region has been badly affected by the hatchet Europe suffered this year.

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