Video: Antarctica's Big Meltdown

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March 10, 2006—There's new evidence of global warming affecting Earth's southernmost continent. A recent report shows that Antarctica has been losing ice rapidly—the equivalent of about 40 trillion gallons (151 trillion liters) of water a year from 2002 to 2005.

See how scientists made the discovery, and learn what Antarctica's big melt may mean for the future.

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