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Hundreds of huge wildfires have out all across the Arctic Circle. Areas in the Arctic are twice as fast as anywhere else on the planet. There so many fires and they are so big that the smoke from them can be from space. Meteorologists report that the Arctic is its hottest June ever and is its worst wildfire season on record. There are huge blazes covering large areas of Greenland, Siberia, Scandinavia and Alaska. In Alaska, there are as many as 400 fires out of control. In Greenland, on the vast Greenland ice sheet has a month earlier than usual. The World Meteorological Organization has the Arctic fires are "unprecedented".

Scientists say the fires and suffocating smoke could an effect on global warming. Meteorologist Mark Parrington what is the wildfires. He said: "Temperatures in the Arctic have been at a much faster rate than the global average, and warmer conditions fires to grow and persist once they have been ." Dry ground, more lightning strikes and strong winds have the fires to spread very quickly. A lot of ice has and the flames have set fire to methane-filled earth below the ice. This is huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The fires have also serious habitat loss and have killed uncountable numbers of animals.

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