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How climate change is hitting Alaska's whaling community

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A new report predicts that sea levels could rise more than six feet by the year 2100. If the planet continues to warm at this rate, entire countries could become uninhabitable. NBC News’ Al Roker went to the northern-most part of the U.S., where climate change is already changing how residents there eat.