Plants in the Arctic are growing taller, and that’s not a good thing

Plants in the Arctic are growing taller, new study has found. 

A study by Edinburgh University has found that plants in the Arctic are growing taller, thanks mainly to the impact of climate change

According to the study, the plants can grow 20 to 30 percent more by the end of the century.

Yet more evidence of the fact that global warming is changing our climate, in case you needed more evidence…

On the plus side, the Arctic will potentially become more habitable.

But the cons will include a lot of ice melting, which increases the world water level, which can lead to a lot of flooding and potentially a lot of land mass to be wiped out. Definitely not good news for countries below the sea level

We at Life Lab Magazine doubt that this is a good thing overall, but only time will tell.

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