Yes, unfortunately. Pollution in habitats causes illness in animals and can sometimes lead to death. Water pollution has a major effect on sea animals.
Taking this topic a little further, global warming is having dire consequences for polar bears in the arctics. Thier habitat is literally melting away, due to the greenhouse effect caused by rising amounts of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. Temperatures are rising due to this, and our own pollution continues to make this situation worse.
Polar bears are having a harder time providing food for their offspring, and their bodies weren’t designed for warm arctic temperatures. This is a perfect example of how pollution can indirectly harm another species halfway across the globe.
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