Climate change threatens Greenland's sled dog culture

Unstable winter seas are forcing fishermen to use boats instead of sled dogs to fish and hunt seals, threatening the historic tradition of its unique hunting lifestyle.

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    People in Greenland have long relied on sled dogs to hunt and fish on the ice.

    But this tradition is slowly fading, as unstable winter seas force fishermen to use boats instead.

    Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from Ilulissat on Greenland's west coast.


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