Gambell is a place between two worlds, between Siberia and the Americas and between tradition and modernity. Many animal species use the island as a resting and gathering point. For thousands of years living the inhabitants of the island - the Yupik - from seal hunting and whaling. In the Bering Strait, on the edge of the Arctic, you will encounter a culture that today is in a balancing act between a hunter-gatherer society and the "American lifestyle".
With its marked by artistic elements staging the Klimahaus gives its visitors impressions of a world into which scarcely travelers lost, although the width of the Tundra does have a certain charm. The perfectly adapted to this habitat wildlife is barely visible to the naked eye. Also in the Klimahaus, they are difficult to detect; but here it is especially fun to look in the mural painting the shadows of walrus, Swan and Co.. For the Yupik but this could quickly become a bitter seriousness: Who a polar bear in reality comes as close as the drawing, had no chance to escape from the biggest ans most dangerous terrestrial predator.