I Am the Walrus. Whom Do I Chew?
Climate change appears to be affecting the behavior of wildlife in the Arctic, say researchers who went on a Greenpeace expedition to the region last month. Brendan Kelly of the University of Alaska, head of the research team, noted that the walrus population in particular seems to be in decline. The researchers say the Arctic is warming three to five times more quickly than the rest of the planet, and animals are having difficulty adapting and finding food.