Talking About Beringia: Relics From the Ice Age

Beringia, an area that once encompassed Siberia, Alaska and the Yukon, all of which were joined by a land-bridge up until 18,000 years ago, remained ice-free during the last Ice Age. In North America, these historic ice-free areas are now home to some unique relic species, some of which occur nowhere else on Earth. Meet Canadian biologist Syd Cannings as he shares his stories from his explorations in Beringia’s rich landscape, and discusses its unique species and how an environment’s past shapes its future. A D M I S S I O N B Y D O N A T I O N

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