Scientists discover huge craters formed by methane exploding as ice sheet melts

Scientists have discovered hundreds of huge craters-some over 3,000 feet wide-on the seafloor of the Arctic Ocean. The craters in the Barents Sea, north of Norway and Russia, formed through huge mounds full of methane exploding suddenly and catastrophically, thousands of years ago.

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