Polar Bears Film Each Other For New Study About Climate Change

Polar Bears Film Each Other For New Study About Climate Change

A new study from the United States Geological Survey shows polar bears are starving because of climate change. The animals filmed each other waiting on sea ice, sometimes for half a day, for food. They almost exclusively eat seals. Researchers say the problem is the sea ice is melting, which means the bears need to exert more energy to find food. Already, they burn through around 12,000 calories a day just by sitting around. InsideEdition.com’s Lisa Voyticki has more.

20 thoughts on “Polar Bears Film Each Other For New Study About Climate Change”

  1. I made a video about climate change, and the role of economics in a solution. I love that this kind of research is happening!

  2. Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of emissions into the atmosphere. It also is the largest contributor to droughts, and starvation.

  3. Global warming isn't a threat to humans at all. Even according to the UN's own models. We should fight global warming to preserve animals.

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