How is food in the arctic disappearing?



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    The ice melts and thins as the temperature heats up.  This slowly warming climate affects the sea life, and the disappearing ice affects the land animals, particularly polar bears.  As this keystone species begin to disappear, the entire food chain is affected.  If polar bears are unable to hunt, their prey will begin to run amok and overeat other species, which will begin to disappear – and a vicious cycle of disappearances will continue until the ice is completely melted and no animals are left.

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