Last week was a big one for the poles of the Earth, with record-shattering heatwaves in both the Arctic and Antarctica followed by the collapse of the Conger Ice Shelf in Eastern Antarctica. Host Ethan Brown breaks down why these events were surprising, and why surprise does not mean doom and gloom in this week’s “Tip of the Iceberg” edition of The Sweaty Penguin.
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