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What are the possible dangers of global warming?

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the possible dangers of global warming are-

Due to global warming, the level of the sea will rise which will lead to flooding and this will in turn create havoc in human life.


As the temperature becomes warmer, it can affect the health of humans and the diseases they are exposed to.


With the increase in the rainfall water borne diseases are likely to spread like malaria. The earth will become warmer and as a result heat waves are likely to increase that can cause a major blow to the people.


Plants will find it harder to survive when temperature increases and will die. Plants are the major source of food for human beings and as a result food shortage may occur.


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