Japan's 600-year-old record on global warming
For nearly 600 years, priests at Japan's Yatsurugi Shrine have diligently recorded the appearance of a unique weather phenomenon. These records represent one of the world's oldest continuous measurements of climate change, but now present a stark warning.
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