Monday, November 28, 2022
HomeClimate411Higher than average Svalbard sea ice extent in November 2021 has implications...

Higher than average Svalbard sea ice extent in November 2021 has implications for birth of cubs

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Results of polar bear health monitoring in the spring of 2021 indicated the bears are doing just fine after last year’s low ice levels. Despite this evidence, a single bear photographed killing a reindeer in August 2020 was falsely blamed on climate change. The narrative never seems to change.

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