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Global Warming in Finland

It's been an unusually warm winter so far in Finland with hardly any snow and temperatures hovering above freezing much of the time. Over the last years lots of native species have died out due to the climate getting gradually warmer and many foreign species have established themselves here, further affecting the ecosystem. People are also worried that if snow doesn't come soon it'll do a lot of harm to the country's winter sports events and tourism. Worst of all, however, is that if there isn't a white Christmas people just won't be able to handle it and a lot of Finns will hang themselves.

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