Polar bears may not be in trouble after all

by Gene on Mar. 12th, 2007

Earlier this year, the US government proposed putting the polar bear on the endangered species list, saying its habitat was threatened by global warming. But new evidence indicates that some polar bear populations are in fact growing.

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SailorMoon_MewIchigo says:

That makes sense because global warming is, lke, a Earth stage. It goes ice age, global warming, ice age, global warming, ice age, global warming over and over forever. It's just how nature workds. So it makes sense that the polarbears would be able to adapt because they have to be able to adapt or go extict. It's nature.

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posted on Sat, 06/30/2007 - 4:38pm

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