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HomeClimate411As much Beaufort Sea polar bear habitat at mid-July 2021 as there...

As much Beaufort Sea polar bear habitat at mid-July 2021 as there was in 1982

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Beaufort Sea ice coverage is about average for this time of year, again failing to decline in lock-step with other Arctic regions. Will there be lots of fat bears onshore like there was in 2019? Only time will tell.

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