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East Antarctic ice sheet warming up

Studying 50 years worth of spy satellite images, scientists find world's largest ice sheet hit by climate change.

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Scientists used to believe that the world's largest single ice sheet, in the East Antarctica, had been relatively untouched by global warming.

But after studying 50 years worth of spy satellite images, researchers have found some surprising developments.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.

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