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Dr. Ian Stirling of Polar Bears International examined the dead polar bear and believed that climate change was the culprit for the animal’s death. In particular, the lack of sea ice on which to hunt seals forced the bear to search for food outside beyond its territory. The animal was found 250 km away from where it was last spotted.
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The discussion on whether climate change killed the polar bear is expected to continue until a fact-based explanation is presented. But in this debate, one thing remains: A polar bear died in its desperate attempt to look for food.
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Janique Goff believes that climate change will have a tremendous impact not only to animals but more importantly to mankind. Learn more about the environmental causes she supports here.