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Study: Melting Of The World’s Glaciers Is Accelerating

A study published Wednesday shows nearly all the world’s glaciers have been melting at an accelerated pace in recent years, accounting for rises in...

A Whale Chorus Shows How Climate Change Could Affect Migration

Eerie wails, explosive trumpets, and ghostly moans. The sounds from the underwater recorders had a story to tell, even without a single intelligible word:...

The Best Spots Across The USA For Some Aurora-Watching

2021 is the year for curious travelers as people are set with their off-beat travel bucket lists. Travel trends to look forward to in...

Mammoths Likely Driven to Extinction by Lack of Drinking Water

Scientists say that one of the last surviving populations of woolly mammoths was likely driven to extinction by lack of drinking water. Follow NewsGram on...

Glaciers in Alaska Melting due to Climate Change

Alaska will soon close a year that is shaping up as its hottest on record, with glaciers in the "Frontier State" melting at record...

Alaska’s Northern Fur Seal Showing Up in Growing Numbers at Unlikely Location

Alaska's northern fur seal population for three decades has been classified as depleted, but the marine mammals are showing up in growing numbers at...

Walruses Come to Shore Off Coast of Alaska in Their Earliest Appearance Since Sea Ice Substantially Recedes

Thousands of Pacific walruses have come to shore off the northwest coast of Alaska in their earliest appearance since sea ice has substantially receded. The...

Facebook Adds A New Language, Inupiaq From North of Alaska

 Britt’Nee Brower grew up in a largely Inupiat Eskimo town in Alaska’s far north, but English was the only language spoken at home. Today, she...

Glaciers Around the World are Melting with time: Scientists

April 4, 2017: Over the past decade, scientists and photographers keep returning to the world's glaciers, watching them shrink with each visit. Now they...

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