• Polar Bear
    bear populations are now, once again, endangered as more and more threats present themselves to this fragile part of the elaborate Arctic ecosystem. Recently many studies have been undertaken by various universities and organizations which try to predict the effects that the extinction of the polar...
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  • Debating Titles
    Polar bears under the threat of extinction Today I would like to speak about the polar bears that are gong under the treat of extinction. Polar bears known as the stalkers of the High Artic and also known scientifically as Ursus Matrimus are they worlds largest land carnivores. They rely on sea...
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  • Polar Bears
    become extinct. The polar bear is threatened with extinction because of habitat destruction, hunting, and pollution; however, conservation groups and protection laws are working to save them. I’m going to tell you a little bit of background about polar bears, where they live, and what they eat. I...
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  • Can We Save the Polar Bears?
    things are changing. Summers are longer, temperatures are warmer, and the glaciers are melting You find out that Polar bears are on the endangered list and that there are many cases in court right now trying to move their rank up to the extinction list. You wonder how this could be possible and what...
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  • Do Polar Bears Stand a Chance?
    than anywhere else in the world. Organizations are working hard at finding ways to decrease the extinction of the polar bear species. On February 16, 2005, a scientific petition was filed by the Center for Biological Diversity and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to record the polar bear under the...
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  • Endangered Species; Human Fault
    will to do so. Do you want your grandchildren to see polar bears in their school’s history books, or would we like them to go to the zoo to watch them alive and well? We have already destroyed the Western Black Rhino population(1); how many more will we, as humans, be held responsible for...
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  • Polar Bear Ecology: as Impacted by Global Warming
    resources, which are so important to our culture and well-being, face a bleak future if we do not address global warming ("Effects on wildlife"). Polar bears are in danger of extinction as well as many other species. Polar bears are found in the Arctic Circle and surrounding land masses. There are 19...
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  • Human's Effect on Extinction
    Overexploitation. The biggest threat to wild species is habitat loss, degradation, and fragmentation. A perfect example of this is the loss of habitat for the polar bears. Because of global warming, there have been less floating ice sheets in the arctic. The ice sheets are vital for the polar bears...
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  • Evolution (Science)
    The aim of this report is to analyse the theories of evolutions from the famous theorists, Charles Darwin and Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, so the evolution of chosen species brown bears to polar bears will be discussed about in this report. In the times when it was the last ice age, researchers had new...
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  • The Sixth Mass Extinction
    suitable environments  (Cooper). The polar bear is an excellent example of this. Throughout history it has been observed continuously that polar bears spend a majority of their lifetime onto of "glacial masses", such as ice bergs. With recent climate changes due to global warming, the ice has begun...
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  • though
    , pushing to extinction those species that cannot adapt. The first comprehensive assessment of the extinction risk from global warming found that more than 1 million species could be obliterated by 2050 if the current trajectory continues. In the wild, polar bears normally live to be 20-30 years...
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  • Human Effects and Involvement on Endangered and Extinct Species
    of animals. I have researched about the following species, the Philautus poppiae frog native to Sri Lanka, the Asian elephant, the Siberian tiger, giant panda and the polar bear. Each species seems to be declining at a rapid rate, but why? Some would suggest that animal endangerment and extinction...
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  • Polar Bears Extinction
    Are polar bears facing extinction because of global warming? [pic] By: Aieron Levy Could global warming be killing polar bears? The weather temperature is rising because of global warming, this is due to changes in the entire Arctic eco system. Scientists suggest that...
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  • The Importance of Clarity
    Births Could Plummet With Climate Change (Feb. 8, 2011) — Researchers have studied the reproductive ecology of polar bears in Hudson Bay and have linked declining litter sizes with loss of sea ... > read more Polar Bears Can't Eat Geese Into Extinction (Nov. 4, 2010) — A new model shows that...
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  • Climate Change Effect on Polar Bears
    . The continued denial concerning global warming could result in the complete polar bear extinction. Unquestionably, the beautiful species’s future depends on the protection of the arctic environment: its pollution levels, indigenous peoples hunt and total loss of ice. So, what should be done, if...
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  • On Our Own
    species extinction. And, scientists have discovered a hole in the ozone layer. The ozone layer is the only protection for life on Earth against deadly ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Although Polar Bears are not at high risk, environmental problems and humans, put polar bears on the endangered...
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  • Classification
    human population which has caused enormous damage to our planet and wildlife including Amur Leopards, Polar Bears, Marine Turtles, and Tigers. We have forced animals into smaller areas, as we take over their natural habitats causing extinction. Also, habitats are being polluted daily with...
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  • Swagswag
    , it's feared that sooner or later it will trigger a mass extinction, and one-third of the animal species will become extinct by 2050. Polar bears depend on ice formed on the sea when hunting. If the ice melts, the range of polar bear will decrease to a great extent, and this loss of habitat will in...
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  • Stuff the tiger
    that as a result the polar bear has nowhere to live. Apart that is for the 3m square miles of northern Canada that are completely untouched by any form of human encroachment. Anyway, ignoring that, we are told that the polar bear is now at risk and as a result we’re all supposed to kill ourselves...
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  • Polar Bears
    A-95 ( The POLAR BEARS ( By: Jeremy Dodson [pic]Do you like Polar Bears or any kind of bear? Well if you do they are almost on the verge of extinction. Global Warming is now starting to melt the ice so we should stop global warming! A polar bear wanders from the group and hunts for food...
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