Young Walruses Trampled By Stampedes in Warming Arctic

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: December 26, 2007   View Article

Add the Pacific walrus to the growing list of species imperiled by fast-melting Arctic sea ice.

Several thousand young walruses were trampled to death this past summer and fall when giant herds of stranded animals got spooked and stampeded into the water, scientists report.

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