No More Ice: 35,000 WALRUS Forced to Gather on Alaska Beach near Point Lay – Apocalypse Now!

There is no more ice as a consequence of global warming!

Look at these 35,000 WALRUS forced to rest on this Alaska beach due to the loss of summer sea ice.

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Consequence of global warming: 35,000 walrus forced to go on land because of melting sea ice. Photo NOAA

According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the sea ice’s annual low point was the sixth smallest since satellite monitoring began in 1979 this summer.

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Alarming: 35’000 walrus stranded on Alaska Point Lay because of global warming and sea ice loss. Photo, NOAA

In the following video, scores of walruses crammed onto a chunk of ice floating in the Chukchi Sea off the coast of Alaska, last year:

Since scientists predict an increase of extreme weather phenomena, the apocalypse is near!

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