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Polar bears face starvation risk in longer ice-free periods in Arctic – study

  • Polar bears in Canada's Hudson Bay are at risk of starvation due to climate change, which is lengthening periods without Arctic Sea ice.
  • Despite their efforts to find food on land, extended ice-free periods are causing the bears to lose weight and increasing their risk of starvation.
  • To ensure the long-term survival of polar bear populations, it is crucial to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming.
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