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20,000 homes at risk in Australia floods as crocodiles, snakes wash up
TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 04: Seen is a general view of a blocked major intersection in the flooded Townsville suburb of Idalia on February 04, 2019 in Townsville, Australia. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has warned Townsville residents that flooding has not yet reached its peak as torrential rain continues. The continued inundation forced authorities to open the floodgates on the swollen Ross River dam on Sunday night. (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)

20,000 homes at risk in Australia floods as crocodiles, snakes wash up

By James Griffiths, CNN - Updated 1433 GMT (2233 HKT) February 4, 2019 (CNN)Devastating flooding in northeast Australia has forced thousands of people from their homes and brought snakes and crocodiles…

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Climatologist counters climate-disaster predictions with sea-level report
Waves break on the remains of a structure as a house that toppled over the eroding Pacific Ocean shoreline of North Cove, Wash., is shown in the background. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File) more >

Climatologist counters climate-disaster predictions with sea-level report

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times For years, climate prognosticators have warned that human-caused global warming is fueling catastrophic sea-level rise, but now climatologist Judith Curry is rocking their…

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