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Whale hunters see a changing world. In mud and bones

Utqiagvik, ALASKA — The Iñupiat whale hunt is a tradition that the ancestors of Utqiagvik's whaling captains began centuries ago. But in recent years, the whale hunt has become more dangerous and more challenging because of climate change. What's more, scientists warn that the future of the bowhead whale, which is thriving, is increasingly uncertain as its habitat transforms.

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