How soon will polar bears go extinct if action isn’t taken to protect them?



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    In June of 2009, a White House report regrettably stated that they expect Polar Bears to be extinct in Alaska within 75 years… and that any remaining populations would not be far behind.  Currently the lives of Polar Bears are primarily being lost to starvation and to drowning as the ice they live on continues to melt at an alarming rate.  There are many organizations that are taking the necessary steps to try to prevent Polar Bears from becoming extinct that can benefit from your monetary support.  Defenders of Wildlife is one such group which is working with Congress to reverse the damage that has been done.

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