Melting Permafrost Could Mean the Return of Ancient Diseases

Climate Change May Mean More Tropical Diseases in Europe

Climate change causing the Arctic permafrost to melt could mean the resurgence of ancient diseases that were formerly frozen. Warmer global temperatures are also allowing disease-carrying mosquitoes to travel north from tropical countries.
One of the Worst Places for Life

Welcome to Dallol, Where Even Microorganisms Don't Exist

The findings in this study disproves an earlier research which claims that microorganisms can survive extreme environments similar to that of Dallol. This previous study also proposed that these extreme environments are kind of similar to what Mars used to be.
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