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10 Painful Images Depicting How Cruel Humans Are Towards Nature

10 Painful Images Depicting How Cruel Humans Are Towards Nature
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For thousands of years, the environment stayed close to its natural state, exerting its influence on living forms. But in the past century, things have changed drastically as human beings have altered the paradigm of the environment.  Imagine the world, in which people would not see trees and a blue sky when they go outside. Imagine stepping out of a house and not being able to walk a few feet without getting winded because of the amount of pollution in the air. This might become a reality if don't think about the consequences of our action.
And, so NASA have released a list of pictures which show the difference of how these glaciers and mountains have transformed over years.  

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1.Matterhorn mountains in the Alps, 1960 - August 2005.

1.Matterhorn mountains in the Alps, 1960 - August 2005.

These were once known as an irresistible challenge for mountaineers but climate change has stripped the mountain of its snow with lumps of rock falling off. 

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2. And we are responsible for this destruction... Pedersen glacier, Alaska. 

2. And we are responsible for this destruction... Pedersen glacier, Alaska. 
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It's very well noticable the patches of snow left over. 

3. WOW, now this something which is really worth paying attention to- Deforestation. 

3. WOW, now this something which is really worth paying attention to- Deforestation. 
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The Rondonia forests in Brazil are stretching across 51.4 million acres but now, due to deforestation, an area larger than the state of West Virginia, lies barren. 

4. Muir glacier, Alaska. 

4. Muir glacier, Alaska. 
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Hardly anything is visible. 

5. This lake which was once featured in famous movies like Gravity, Planets of the Apes, and now it can hardly be seen. 

5. This lake which was once featured in famous movies like Gravity, Planets of the Apes, and now it can hardly be seen. 
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The Powell lake, Arizona and Utah. The lake now dried up because of diminished snowfall from the Rockies.

6. Can you believe that the pictures were taken from the same position and the only difference was the year of the photograph which speaks tons about it. 

6. Can you believe that the pictures were taken from the same position and the only difference was the year of the photograph which speaks tons about it. 
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MaCarty Glacier, Alaska July 1909- August 2009.

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7. Which was once knows as world's largest lake and is now included in the list of 'one of the planets worst environmental disaster'. 

7. Which was once knows as world's largest lake and is now included in the list of 'one of the planets worst environmental disaster'. 
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Aral sea, Central Asia and that too these pictures were clicked within a span of four years. And see the drastic change. 

8. Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. The picture itself speaks volumes. 

8. Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. The picture itself speaks volumes. 
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9. Mar Chiquita lake, Argentina.

9. Mar Chiquita lake, Argentina.
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A severe drought in Argentina led to the destruction of this lake. 

10. Bear glacier, Alaska, it thinned by about 2.5 feet. 

10. Bear glacier, Alaska, it thinned by about 2.5 feet. 
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Save environment! 

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