why are the endagered how can we reproduce them
Polar bears are endangered for a couple of reasons. First is global warming, which causes their natural habitat to shrink, they’re natural pray to disappear, resulting in their slow disappearance. Second factor is hunting, people hunt polar bears for their fur. Currently an estimated 20000 – 25000 polar bears live in the wild, and their numbers are decreasing.
If we could restore their natural habitat and reduce hunting mother nature finds it’s way to repopulate the polar bears.
Global warming is a huge problem for polar bears because it leads to malnutrition and starvation. Polar bears hunt seals from platforms of sea ice. Rising temperatures cause the sea ice to melt earlier in the year causing the bears to move to shore before they have the sufficient fat reserves to survive the periods when fodis rare. The melting of the ice caps causes polar bears to swim longer distances, which depletes their energy stores and has often lead to drowning. Hunting of these great bears has also been a cause in their declining population and nearly 500 bears are killed per year by humans across Canada. Several ways to help increase their population would be to stricter anti-poaching laws against these bears and improved methods of lowering CO2 emissions into the atmosphere which is one of the main causes of global warming.
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