Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 16, 2017

Where Do Walrus Hangout?

NPR reported about developing  a database on showing where walruses are found. It is quite interesting to read about all the sources they used to compile the database.

For the first time, scientists have built a single database showing where Pacific walruses have gathered for the past 160 years, including sites along both the Russian and Alaskan coasts. The tool, which was published last month, will be used to protect vulnerable animals.

Read more at What Does It Take To Map A Walrus Hangout? 160 Years And A Lot Of Help : The Two-Way : NPR


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