Antarctica passed 20-degree mark for the first time

According to Brazilian researcher Carlos Schäfer, the thermometer at the South Pole showed 20.75 degrees last Sunday – the highest value since records began in 1961. This is reported by the “BBC”.

The previous record is from 1982, when 19.8 degrees were measured. The 20-degree mark was therefore exceeded for the first time.

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