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Arctic sea ice melting faster than predicted: scientists

Sept. 14 - Sea-ice coverage across the Arctic Ocean has dwindled to its second-lowest level since satellite records started in 1979, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. The measurements for mid-September have yet to be collated but, according to scientists, the long-term trend points to an ice-free North Pole in summer within a decade. As Stuart McDill reports from the Arctic, the impact on the region's animal life will be devastating.

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