The hole in the ozone layer has grown for the third consecutive year, but scientists are not worried

The hole in the ozone layer which forms annually on Antarctica has grown for the third consecutive year. At nearly 10 million square miles (26.4 million square kilometers), the ozone hole is the largest since 2015.

But despite this growth, scientists say the hole size is still in an overall downward trend.

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