The Connection Between Polar Bear and Global Warming
Each one of us are affected with global warming and that includes the Bears. One species of bear that is greatly affected with global warming is the Polar Bears Global Warming. The deaths of polar bears are increasing is alarming. If the situation is left alone, polar Bears will face extinction. One of the damaging facts is global warming affects this kind of species and that polar Species of Bears are having difficult time looking for food. The scarcity of food shortage is the main problem for polar bears and many of this bears face malnutrition and starvation.
According to statistics, it has been estimated at around 20,000 polar bears that live in the wild and they are depending mostly within the cold weather of the arctic. Because of global warming, lots of polar bears are drowning.
All polar Bears and animals will soon face extinction if humans won't try and help reverse the effects of global warming. Polar bears only live in arctic ice and that these polar Species of Bears can now be seen clinging for dear life in small formation of ice while their environment are melting away.
Many experts are attempting to work it out if they need to place the polar Bears to the endangered species list because of the numerous deaths of polar bears due to global warming. Right now polar bears usually are not in the list as one of the species which are endangered but is still part of the threatened species. This just implies that for another given year, they'll soon be endangered and could face extinction.
There is hope. We as humans, we can do so much to reverse the harmful effects of global warming. All animals should survive for all the generations to see. Polar bears is needed to live in harsh and below freezing environment. Polar bears can live below 50 degrees Fahrenheit due to their thick and two layered fur. If you get to place these bears in a warmer climate, they will suffer from stroke, overheat and dehydration. The body parts from head to foot of a polar bear is meant to keep warm inside the body and if global warming still strikes in the entire earth, then polar bears won't manage to survive long.
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