House collapses into sea amid rising sea levels in Argentina

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A beachfront house fell off a cliff and plunged into the ocean due to rising sea levels in Argentina’s Mar del Tuyú in Buenos Aires Province on Wednesday. According to local media reports, the owners of the house were not at home because the region had been under a weather warning for several days. #Argentina #Collapse

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