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The World Wildlife Fund put out an alarming report this week. It says that the world's animal population has been cut in half in the past forty years, and some of the blame goes to climate change. Carter Evans tells us that among the animals it is threatening is the Pacific Walrus. These aerial photos taken over northwest Alaska signal a sea change up to thirty five thousand walruses crowded together on the beach in one of the largest gatherings ever documented. This much mass in one place is as...
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