The Glacier National Park that may soon have to change its name because of global warming

Daily Mail: These photographs capture the retreat of glaciers in one of America's most beautiful national parks. After 100 years of climate change, only 25 out of the 150 glaciers recorded at the Glacier National Park in Montana still exist. As these pictures show, places where the ice was once many metres thick have been replaced with sediment, pastures and lakes. Even further down: A man stands at Grinnell glacier overlook, observing the large glacier that fills the basin at Lewis mountain range in the......

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