Arctic shock: ‘Dark river’ 1000 MILES LONG is flowing beneath Greenland

Express.co.uk | 12/13/2019 | Staff
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Christopher Chambers, a researcher at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, said: “Eventually if you get it deep enough — minus 500 meters [1,640 feet] — the water is now flowing the entire length along the valley and then exiting at Petermann Fjord.”

The ice covering Greenland is up to three kilometres thick in certain places, covering an area seven times the amount of the UK.

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