...so far, there have been no reports from this region of incidents of cannibalism, starving bears found wandering the landscape like zombies, or desperate attacks on people that polar bear specialists have warned...
Abundant polar bear habitat this fall across the Arctic so far, with only Hudson Bay sea ice formation a bit behind schedule.
the walrus research conclusions are much better supported, less biased by climate change rhetoric, and lack the hubris present in the polar bear paper
... the number of incidents and bears captured so far have been well below other years after the same number of weeks ashore.
And surprise, surprise: the bombshell SH results call into question everything the ‘experts’ have been saying about polar bears in Hudson Bay for years.
Sea ice formation along shorelines attracts fish and seals and that means polar bears which spent the summer onshore will soon eat again after their summer fast.
I admit I don’t have high hopes but it will be interesting to see what approach this documentary takes on the critical issues of evolution and adaptation of polar bears.
A global warming miracle has happened.
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Those damn Polar Bears just aren't dying the way we said they would, but it might/could/may/perhaps happen in the future.
You only have to go back to 2021 to find similar numbers of incidents and bears in the holding facility at the end of week 9
Thriving populations in the Chukchi Sea and elsewhere amid low summer ice levels have busted the myth that polar bears need ice year-round.
Almost 10 years later to the day, another polar bear attack resulting in serious injury has taken place in the northern Labrador/Quebec region of Eastern Canada.
From Polar Bear Science Susan Crockford Sea ice extent for Svalbard was above average yesterday and has been since 17 July, despite “record-breaking” sea surface temperatures in June...
... field data show bears in Svalbard are in better condition than they were in the late 1990s
Hardly the ever-worsening catastrophe of sea ice loss story being spun in the media for Western Hudson Bay polar bears.
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