Walruses Move Ashore as Arctic Ice Retreats

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Scientists are painting a grim picture of how Pacific walruses were affected by the record ice loss in the Arctic last year. Wildlife managers are calling it a dramatic ecosystem change and trying to figure out what they can do to help the species adapt.

Annie Feidt reports from Alaska Public Radio Network.



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