Minnesota swimmers make a point about climate changes
A group of six Minnesota swimmers made a point about climate change by swimming in the country’s largest lake without wetsuits for nearly 24 hours. The swimmers set a record for the longest documented swim ever in Lake Superior.
Minnesota Public Radio’s Dan Kraker reports.
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