Why You Can Light These Frozen Lakes On Fire

Permafrost in the Arctic is thawing and melting because of warming temperatures. This is forming new lakes that are bubbling with methane. The methane is flammable, but also getting into the atmosphere where it can contribute to more warming of global temperatures.

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Why You Can Light These Lakes On Fire

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