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TO GO WITH UN-climate-warming-Seychelles,FEATURE by Jean-Marc Mojon The waters of the Indian Ocean lap on the shores of the low lying coraline island of Denis in the outer banks or the Seychelles islands on November 24, 2009. Scientific analyses factoring in melting glaciers and ice caps, added water from Greenland and Antarctica and thermal expansion of warming ocean water predict that sea levels could rise globally by up to two metres this century. "The highest point of the island is about 2.5 metres (eight feet), so it doesn't take long for an island like this one to be swallowed up," an estate manager for the island told AFP. AFP PHOTO/ROBERTO SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)
TO GO WITH UN-climate-warming-Seychelles,FEATURE by Jean-Marc Mojon The waters of the Indian Ocean lap on the shores of the low lying coraline island of Denis in the outer banks or the Seychelles islands on November 24, 2009. Scientific analyses factoring in melting glaciers and ice caps, added water from Greenland and Antarctica and thermal expansion of warming ocean water predict that sea levels could rise globally by up to two metres this century. "The highest point of the island is about 2.5 metres (eight feet), so it doesn't take long for an island like this one to be swallowed up," an estate manager for the island told AFP. AFP PHOTO/ROBERTO SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)
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