He took a camera to a remote area in Alaska… and what he recorded is simply terrifying.

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He took a camera to a remote area in Alaska… and what he recorded is simply terrifying.

Filmmakers Raphael Rogers and Paul Rennick trekked to Alaska’s Exit Glacier to experience adventure. But after meeting Rick Brown, who’s been a tour guide since the early ’90s, their reasons for being there changed.

“Normally, the park will tell you [the glaciers] retreats about 150-feet per year,” Rick told them. “Right now, they’re looking at 10 to 15-feet per day. We’re just watching the transformation happen in front of our eyes.”

He explained that the wildlife has changed, villages have relocated and the region’s 10-year floods are now happening every other year.

“If you can’t see what’s happening,” he added. “Then, I think that you must be blind”…




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