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Hundreds of walruses fall to their doom from high cliffs by global warming
The animal has A heartbreaking scene in the docuserie ‘Our Planet’ on Netflix shows how dozens of walruses to pieces falls from high cliffs. The animals are forced to be ever further in the country to climb, now they barely have enough ice to rest.

By the global warming is shrinking the amount of ice in the bering strait. That also means that a large part of the natural habitat of the walrus is lost, which is normally a little rest on a large ijsplateaus on the water. As a result, the animals are forced to more likely to land. the

In ‘Our Planet’ shows a moving clip of how that error could end. In the second episode of the docuserie is to see a gigantic group of walruses on a small piece of land is crammed. the

Many walruses as a result are looking for quieter places. They clamber unwittingly the cliffs, some eighty feet above the sea, but are then often to be dashed to pieces when they try to return.

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