Impact of Climate Change
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Climate change is a major threat to the polar bear population, as it is causing the Arctic sea ice to shrink at an alarming rate.

Polar bears rely on the sea ice to hunt and travel, and the loss of sea ice is making it difficult for them to find food. As the sea ice melts, polar bears are forced to swim longer distances to find food, which can be exhausting and sometimes deadly.

According to a study published in the journal Oryx, climate change models predict changes to the sea ice leading to reduced seal prey for polar bears.

The study also suggests that polar bears may become extinct in the wild in the next 100 years if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced.


Manager’s Office Team

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