Here We Go Again: Polar Bears Might Maybe Possibly Starve

Well, I guess the cultists haven’t done this in a few years, so, they had to come back to this bit of scaremongering

Climate change: Polar bears face starvation threat as ice melts

Some polar bears face starvation as the Arctic sea ice melts because they are unable to adapt their diets to living on land, scientists have found.

The iconic Arctic species normally feed on ringed seals that they catch on ice floes offshore.

But as the ice disappears in a warming world, many bears are spending greater amounts of time on shore, eating bird’s eggs, berries and grass.

However the animals rapidly lose weight on land, increasing the risk of death.

I wonder how polar bears survived multiple Holocene warm periods, some of which were warmer than the current one?

The polar bear has become the poster child for the growing threat of climate change in the Arctic, but the reality of the impact on this species is complicated.

While the number of bears plummeted up to the 1980s this was mainly due to unsustainable hunting.

With greater legal protection, polar bear numbers have risen. But increasing global temperatures are now seen as their biggest threat.

Excusemaking. I wonder how long they’ve been working to come up with that? But, hey, the talking points went out

This continues on and on, because the climate cult likes their propaganda and the Credentialed Media is a part of spreading it. And what will happen is that real scientists, not those corrupted by cult politics, will show that polar bears are fine. Because they adapt.

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7 Responses to “Here We Go Again: Polar Bears Might Maybe Possibly Starve”

  1. H says:

    Adapt how? By hunting humans?

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Grizzlies and polar bears are now breeding creating “Pizzlies” or “Grolars”.

    One hypothesis is that white female polar bears find the testosterone-fueled “maleness” of the brown grizzlies irresistible.

    Grizzly (brown) bears (Ursus arctos) have been extending their range northward. As the extent of polar sea ice continues to contract the carnivorous polar bears (Ursus maritimus) expand their range southward, spending more time on land.

    Arctic sea ice volume has been halved over the past 40 years and the extent of coverage reduced by a fourth.

    The brown bear government has been discussing building a wall to keep the polar bear illegals out!!

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