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  • As the wind whips across the Bering Sea, for an instant it courses over a tiny speck of land called St. Paul Island, far off the coast of Alaska. At the peak of the last ice age some 21,000 years ago, this dot in the middle of the ocean was a volcanic mountain at the southern edge of the Bering Land Bridge, yet as the ice melted and seas rose, its black cliffs became shorelines, trapping ice age fauna on its landscape, the most massive of them the woolly mammoth.  <<Discover>>

  • Caribou and reindeer are classified by scientists as the same species, with the domesticated deer dispersed across parts of Europe and Asia and the wild caribou found in North America and Greenland.  <<STORY>>

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