Climate change prompts Alaska fish to change breeding behavior
B-roll footage captured in Alaska.
0:00: A male three-spine stickleback guards the nest to protect the eggs from debris and keep them oxygenated.
0:08-0:31: Scientists capture fish in nets each summer on Lake Aleknagik in Alaska and record data.
0:32-0:38: The UW's Alaska Salmon Program field camp on Lake Aleknagik.
Video footage and photos taken by Jason Ching/University of Washington