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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Citing Sources:Olson, Gillia M. Polar Bears' Search for Ice: A Cause and Effect Investigation. Mankato, Minn.: Capstone,2011. Print. w"Animals - Animal Pictures - Wild Animal Facts - Nat Geo Wild - National Geographic." <i>National Geographic</i>. Web. 10 Feb. 2015. &lt;;.&lt;;. Polar bears are endangered because of global warming. The Arctic ice thickness has already decreased by 40% over the past 30 years. Polar bears rely on the thick iceto hunts seals and many other animals. Without thick ice, polar bears wont live on earth much longer. Polar Bearsare having a difficult time finding food too. In fact, bears are feeling the effects of a shortage of food and are facing starvation. Therefore global warming is one of the biggestreasons for the decreasing numbers of polar bears. POLAR BEARS BY: Haley C. Polar bears are the first animals to be listed threatened,because of global warming, A polar bears life span is only 20 to 30 years, they need help fast! Polar bears can swim in extremely cold orfreezing waters. Polar bears prefer to live on ice. They usually travel to areas where they can easily find their prey. The polar bears walk a lot during the day in search of food. Currently due to global warming and the melting ice, the polar bears are moving deeper into the Arctic Circle. . How do polar bears eat/catch their food? Polar bears mainly eat ringed seals.Sometimes polar bears have to waitfor long hours to days to catch a seal. In fact, because of the global warming, polar bears are having a difficult time finding food because, they rely on the ice to hunt and catch their prey. Where/how do polar bears travel? What is happening to polar bears because of global warming?
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