Global Warming: In Indonesia, two islands went under water

It is noted that both islands were uninhabited.

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Two Indonesian islands went underwater due to a significant rise in sea level. Another four are under threat. About it writes TSN with reference to The Jakarta Post. Sea levels rose 1 and 3 meters above the islands of Betet and Gundul. Bethet Island was part of the Burbak-Sembilang National Park. It is noted that both islands were uninhabited. According to environmentalists, 4 more islands are under threat. While they are at an altitude of 4 meters above sea level. According to UNIAN, in 2019, ocean temperatures reached a record high, indicating that global warming is accelerating.


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