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Scientists Believe Climate Change is Fueling Devastating Australian Wildfires

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Scientists Believe Climate Change is Fueling Devastating Australian Wildfires

Scientists Believe Climate Change is Fueling Devastating Australian Wildfires

Scientists believe the devastating Australian wildfires have its roots in climate change.

Amaze Lab’s Justin Kircher explains.

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