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Good news: Gulf of Boothia and M’Clintock Channel polar bear survey results

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Reposted from Polar Bear Science Posted on November 17, 2020 Final reports for two Canadian subpopulations reveal the number of polar bears in M’Clintock Channel has more than doubled since 2000 while Gulf of Boothia as remained about the same despite moderate declines in summer sea ice cover. All of the survey results were published…

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