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Is that a wasp? Villagers see animals for the first time

UTQIAGVIK, Alaska — There is scientific wisdom to be gained from the Iñupiat people, who have lived close to the land here for millennia and are observing animals that are new to their region. Climate science, in particular, might learn from the traditional knowledge of the Iñupiat. The "Tundra Telegraph," as some call the signs of change here, shows that conditions have begun to shift dramatically in recent decades.

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