2019 was hottest year on record for Earth's oceans: Study

A team of scientists said the oceans are warming at an increasing rate and absorbing the equivalent of five Hiroshima bombs every second.
0:15 | 01/14/20

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The alarming news tonight on Earth's oceans scientists saying 2019 was the hottest year for the Earth's oceans warming at increasing speed. Scientists say absorbing the equivalent of five her Shimon bombs every second. The study published in the journal advances and atmospheric sciences.

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