Polar Bear Extinction Essays and Term Papers

  • Polar Bear

    Online revealed that a female polar bear was monitored as it swam for 9 straight days, covering 426 miles. This epic trek is now becoming a more common occurrence as Alaskan sea ice recedes earlier and earlier each year (Polar Bear Tracked…). An article from the Polar Bear International Organization, entitled...

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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 ice...

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  • Polar Bears

    animal species that are in danger of extinction. Some are in danger because of the habitat destruction and hunting. People need to start protecting these animals or else many of these endangered animals will become extinct. The polar bear is threatened with extinction because of habitat destruction, hunting...

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  • Can We Save the Polar Bears?

    Can we save the Polar bears? Imagine that you are a child waking up on crisp cool morning in a small village on the outskirts of Alaska. You stretch, throw on some clothes and go running outside. It’s summer, the days are long, and you have a lot planned. You are what is considered a local, you were...

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  • Evolution (Science)

    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 evidence that brown bears could’ve have wandered off to the glaciers and might’ve mated with the polar bears. At that time due to the severe climate...

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  • Do Polar Bears Stand a Chance?

    ‘“If we don’t act immediately the Arctic will soon become unrecognizable…Polar Bears will be consigned to history, something our grandchildren can only read about in books said Tonje Folkstad, a climate change expert”’ (Klapper). “Global warming is the observed and projected increases in the average...

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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 warmer...

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  • Human Effects and Involvement on Endangered and Extinct Species

    the main reasons humans can be to blame for the extinction and endangerment 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...

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  • Human's Effect on Extinction

    Affect on Extinction If extinction is a natural part of the world, why should we worry about it? Speciation results in new species filling the ecological niche of extinct species. Why should we care if we speed up this process? Biologists say there are four main reasons to care about extinctions. First...

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  • Polar Bear Ecology: as Impacted by Global Warming

    Erin Napp 12/2/2012 Ecology Polar Bear Ecology: As Impacted by Global Warming Our country is home to a diverse array of wildlife ranging from the highest peaks, to the driest deserts, to freshwater and marine environments and to all the places in between. The abundant and diverse wildlife resources...

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  • The Sixth Mass Extinction

    The Sixth Mass Extinction The mass extinction of certain animal species and plants that is facing the Earth today has been compared to, although some scientists suspect worse than, the extinction of the dinosaurs. The annihilation of the dinosaurs was caused by the collision of a  large asteroid with...

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  • though

    ecosystems, 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...

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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 for...

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  • On Our Own

    Polar Bears vs. Global Warming Cassandra Amador Period 1. 2/21/12 We are living in the midst of a great chemical experiment, and some serious consequences are becoming apparent to scientists. The growing concern that Global...

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  • Stuff the tiger

    including arthritis and impotency. And as a result we’ve just been told, for about the hundredth time, that if nothing is done extinction looms. Well, not complete extinction. Obviously tigers will continue to exist in Las Vegas for many years to come. And in Asia there are so many backstreet big cat...

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  • Endangered Species; Human Fault

    16,900 endangered (3). We have the capability of slowing, or even stopping, the extinction of many animals today. All that’s required is support, effort, and 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...

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  • The Importance of Clarity

    EPIOOOOOOOOOOOO PIOWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE PIOEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE OPIWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Mar. 20, 2013 — One of the most southerly populations of polar bears in the world -- and the best studied -- is struggling to cope with climate-induced changes to sea ice, new research reveals. Based on over 10 years'...

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  • Global Warming Conspiracy

    global warming endangers some species’ survival. For example, Al Gore, who won the Nobel Peace Prize claimed that polar bears are the victims of global warming. His famous picture---a polar bear standing on a melting ice, certainly tugged at the heart-strings. Because this photo was so moving, in a blinking...

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  • Climate Change Effect on Polar Bears

    Artic Polar Bears Kenneth Halvorsen COM/156 09/30/2012 Jocelyn Henson Climate Change Effects on Artic Polar Bears Climate warming and ecological changes have caused a significant threat to the declining population of polar bears in the Arctic which is affecting human habitats Polar bears...

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  • Swagswag

    serious issue, as its effect on one particular component of earth triggers a series of ill-effects on other related components. For instance, melting polar ice will raise the water level, which will in turn submerge the low lying areas around the world. Global warming is the rise in the average temperature...

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