You are a climatology journalist who specializes in ecosystems and wildlife. You have traveled to Alaska to look into a rumor about the sudden appearance of 35,000 walruses that have shown up on shore. No one has yet to report on the walruses, and you hope to be the first. You start in the village of Shishmaref and need to make your way North to where the walruses have been seen. On the way, you will encounter many challenges as the Alaskan wilderness has been ravaged by the changing climate, and hopefully you won't be next.
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