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AP (Aug. 1, 2013) — Residents give 'Patti's Reef' a proper send-off as the retired barge, which was covered with local tributes, was sunk off the Pensacola coast to become an artificial reef and underwater art exhibit for scuba divers and snorkelers.
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Huge Glacier Collapse in Argentina

Huge Glacier Collapse in Argentina

AP (Mar. 5, 2012) — Tourists in Argentina have been treated to a spectacular natural phenomenon when a major portion of the country's famed Perito Moreno glacier collapsed into Lake Argentina. Huge chunks of ice crashed into the lake below.
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Hidden Paths Could Be Behind Antarctic Glacier Melt: Study

Hidden Paths Could Be Behind Antarctic Glacier Melt: Study

AFP (Mar. 17, 2015) — Scientists have discovered two pathways that are likely channelling warm ocean water under a massive Antarctic glacier, which could contribute to rising global sea levels, a study reveals. Duration: 00:41 Video provided by AFP
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Frozen Plants From 'Little Ice Age' Back to Life

Frozen Plants From 'Little Ice Age' Back to Life

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