The polar bear habitat is under attack. The loss of the see ice is forcing polar bears to travel longer distances to find food and just as long to go back during their winter hybernation. Recent reports say that polar bears are being found stranded on pieces of floating ice hundreds of miles from shore. Some do live in Alaska and parts of Canada, but there are yet to be any reports of polar bears crossing the Canada-US borders.
Reports have polar bears slowly making appearances further and further south as the sea ice in the arctic melts at quicker rates. Polar bears have been spotted in numerous places they have rarely before been seen: Alaska, Yukon, Newfoundland and Labrador. One of the major issues with polar bears moving slowly south is the inevitable encounters between man and beats that will occur and have already begun.
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