Scientists suggested settling camels in Arctic

Scientists suggested settling camels in Arctic

September 28, 2022

Animals can brake global warming processes.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Scientists from Rosatom offered to settle camels in the Arctic. Such a step will help reduce the ambient temperature.

The Arctic and the Far North territory is most subjected to climatic changes. If the eternal permafrost begins to melt, numerous environmental disasters will occur. The wind energy which is currently popular due to strong winds is also coming to crisis.

“The permafrost melting process can be stopped if to use the Saha Republic 30 years’ experience result. Earlier, bison, horses and camels were brought there. They took root and gave scientists many reasons for thinking”, Gazeta.Ru quoted scientists.

The specialists explained that in the place where camels live, the air temperature is five to six degrees lower than in a similar territory without these animals.

According to the experts, it is necessary to settle the animals in the disappeared cold mammoth steppe. When there were mammoths, they ate the needles, thereby reducing the temperature around. Then the mammoths died, the temperature increased. The scientists believe that camels will substitute prehistoric animals.

Earlier, the This Is Taimyr wrote that experts believe the Siberian tundra may disappear due to global warming. We also told that warming affects shipping in the Arctic.

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Text: Ekaterina Elkanova, Photo: Nikolay Shchipko

September 28, 2022

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