The larger Santa had an area of ​​almost 5 square kilometers, and the smaller one almost 2 square kilometers, and since 1959 they have been decreasing due to global warming.

New satellite images from NASA have shown that two large icebergs in St. Patrick’s Bay in Canada have completely disappeared.

Scientists have estimated that the icebergs formed about 5,000 years ago and were significantly larger between the 16th and 19th centuries, during the period known as the Little Ice Age, CNN reported.

Since 2015, these two snowmobiles have started to melt rapidly, so it was certain that they would disappear in the near future, but Mark Sirizi, from the National Center for the Study of Snow and Ice, says he is still surprised that they disappeared much faster than is provided.

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Dilnaz Shaikh
News and Editorial staff member at The Eastern Herald. Studied journalism in Rajasthan. A climate change warrior publishing content on current affairs, politics, climate, weather, and the planet.