We're on the Bering Land Bridge, where woolly mammoths roamed 20,000 years ago. Today, the land is covered in bright green grass and miniature shrubs.
But there's something strange — bright white objects jutting out of the ground.
As I walk a little closer with archaeologist Owen Mason, he tells me what they are.
"Right there, that's a whale shoulder blade," Mason says, pointing to a bone about the size of a German Shepherd.