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Arctic sea ice hits second-lowest border in satellite record

Arctic sea ice hits second-lowest border in satellite record

Extent, a area where ice covers during slightest 15 percent of a sea surface, fell to a year’s low indicate of 4.14 million block kilometers (1.598 million block miles) on Saturday, a National Snow and Ice Data Center said. The 2007 smallest border was 4.15 million block kilometers (1.602 million block miles), a Boulder, Colorado-based core said.

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