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Polar Bears may not exist anymore

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    According to the article on CNN, written by Zahid Mahmood, polar bear studies were declared mistaken when new studies were reported. Based on the research that was recently given to them they found out polar bears may later begin to starve the more than they are already. The new studies were gathered by researchers that had input collars onto 9 polar bears.

    They were keeping track of the polar bears and also all of their activities they were doing the 11 days that the collars were on them. When the collars were on the polar bears they noticed that when the polar bears were going to hunt for food, they wondered all around just to discover small amounts of food left for them.

    Since there was 9 polar bears that had the collar on them the scientist noticed that 4 of those animals were having trouble finding food. Since they were not able to find food then they had lost 44 pounds.  

    Another issue is the climate change, because of the extreme climate change that is happening right at this very moment, the icebergs are starting to deteriorate. Since this is happening sometimes some polar bears are drifted away in a small piece of iceberg trying to survive while on that chuck of ice must really be stressful and hard for the animal. Sadly some may not survive on the piece of ice because of the lack of food.

    On December 7, 2017, National Geographic photographer by the name of Paul Nicklen discovered a polar bear in Somerset Island, starving, trying to look around for food While the poor animal was looking for food he was losing all of his energy, the animal was skinny to the bone. It’s skin was hanging down from it’s tremendous body, the animal could barely stand up because of its loss of energy and lack of food. There is about 26,000 polar bears left in the world or even way less.

    What would you do if something that you find amazing, like or even favortise may never exist?

    “I think that apart of me would die if I wasn’t able to see something that I liked” said Moreen Samson

    In your opinion what would you do if you were not able to find food as easily as you could before?

    “If I can’t find food as easily as before, I would cherish it more than before” said Moreen

    What would you do if you were at the point break of death, or what would you no longer?

   “I think I would just start prying and think of what a nice life I had” said Moreen  

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