High Stakes in the High North

September 13, 2017

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Photo Credit: ©Joel Berger/WCS

Between its remoteness and unique blend of flora and climatic conditions, Wrangel Island has become a destination for many Arctic animals. But as the climate heats up again, this once-isolated area has also become more accessible, exposing it to more intensive human activities.

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