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Mankind will toss the Earth for three million years, said scientists

The Earth's climate could "go back" for a few million years, say scientists from the University of Southampton. Their findings are published in the journal Scientific Reports.

As noted by the authors, by 2025, the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may be a record for the past 3.3 million years. Scientists managed to establish this by analysing the chemical composition of fossils from the bottom of the Caribbean sea.

The Caribbean island of Turks and Caicos Islands open for tourists on June 22

The Caribbean island of Turks and Caicos will open after quarantine for tourists on June 22, reports Travel and Leisure.

The British overseas territory consisting of four dozen small Islands, plans to accept guests under the new rules, said the Director of the tourism Council Pamela Ewing.

Off the coast of Mexico have discovered a ship that sank 200 years ago

Off the coast of Mexico have discovered a ship sunk, supposedly, 200 years ago, reports UPI.

The staff of the National Institute of anthropology and history in Mexico said that a local resident Manuel Polanco found the wreckage, which he considers an English sailing ship that visited here in the XVIII or XIX centuries. The find was made near the coast of the Caribbean sea near the reef Banco Chinchorro.