Indigenous communities in Russia say retreating sea ice pushes walruses away

As Arctic sea ice has retreated north during the last decade, walruses have adapted by changing their haul-outs to take advantage of better resources and food. That’s good for the walruses… but it’s a problem for some Russian indigenous communities on the Chokotkan coast.

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Johanna Eurich is a contributor for the Alaska Public Radio Network.