Global climate disruption has already had a noticeable effect on sea ice. Sea ice plays a vital role in polar bears lives as hunting ground and habitat. Because sea ice is around for less amount of time, polar bears are forced to move inland sooner despite not having ample fat stores. This means that polar bears who go inland early starve because of the sparse amount of food inland, and polar bears who stay out later on the sea ice are left without sea ice and drown.
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