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Fatal effects of climate change Deteriorating Natural Balance

Due to global warming, due to climate change happening around the world, the balance of nature has started to deteriorate. If some scientists believe that this is global warming, then it is a part of a natural process, which is constantly on a fixed cycle of time.

Fatal effects of climate change Deteriorating Natural Balance
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Because of this, all species living on Earth have to be constantly changing. These naturally occurring processes are beneficial for the gradual development of the species.

Although this theory is not fully valid and is seen, due to human activities, the effects of global warming have accelerated climate change rapidly. 

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The most distant effect of climate change is the species that live in that area. Due to some degree centigrade above-the-temperature temperature, many species are threatened by extinction. The most common side effects of global warming are on the local ecosystem of the region, which is very fragile.

 Polar bears are disappearing from the snowy plains of Canada located in the Northern Hemisphere because the snowfield area in Canada is continuously decreasing. Ice in the natural habitat of polar bears is the most important element for their food chain.

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Bears in the Arctic Sea are dependent on ice only for hunting. This creature uses ice as a temporary platform while sealing in the open ocean and hunting the fish. Experts believe that ice in the Arctic sea is melting at a rate of 9 per cent per decade. This sea is the only dwelling place of polar bears, where there is a threat to their existence.

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