Blazing fire in the world's largest forest, Russia.

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Blazing fire in the world's largest forest, Russia.

Fires have destroyed huge swathes of the world's largest forest, choking cities with smoke and forcing Russia to declare a state of emergency.


Temperatures soared globally in June and July, creating dry conditions that fed fires that torched more than 7 million hectares (17 million acres) of Siberian wilderness in just two months. And they continue to burn.


These unchecked blazes are destroying millions of Fires have destroyed huge swathes of the world's largest forest, choking cities with smoke and forcing Russia to declare a state of emergency.


Temperatures soared globally in June and July, creating dry conditions that fed fires that torched more than 7 million hectares (17 million acres) of Siberian wilderness in just two months. And they continue to burn.


These unchecked blazes are destroying millions of hectares of trees in a critical carbon sink, and could further accelerate global warming. Many of them are believed to have been caused by cigarette butts.


Here's more: https://www.msgp.pl/ZPzyRJwFires have destroyed huge swathes of the world's largest forest, choking cities with smoke and forcing Russia to declare a state of emergency.


Temperatures soared globally in June and July, creating dry conditions that fed fires that torched more than 7 million hectares (17 million acres) of Siberian wilderness in just two months. And they continue to burn.


These unchecked blazes are destroying millions of hectares of trees in a critical carbon sink, and could further accelerate global warming. Many of them are believed to have been caused by cigarette butts.


Here's more: https://www.msgp.pl/ZPzyRJwhectares of trees in a critical carbon sink, and could further accelerate global warming. Many of them are believed to have been caused by cigarette butts.

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