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Alaskan village sinking into Bering Sea
The tiny village, which lies about 400 miles south of the Bering Strait, is surrounded on three sides by the Ninglick River. The land the village sits on has been slowly eroding away. Some years as much as 100 feet of shoreline have reportedly been lost, the cause believed to be climate change.
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Alaskan village sinking into Bering Sea
The tiny village, which lies about 400 miles south of the Bering Strait, is surrounded on three sides by the Ninglick River. The land the village sits on has been slowly eroding away. Some years as much as 100 feet of shoreline have reportedly been lost, the cause believed to be climate change.
Date: 5/14/13
Views: 38460
Video by:  MSN News/Newsy
 
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