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Polar Bear Habitat More Extensive in Most Areas of the Arctic Compared to Previous Years

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In other words, despite Arctic sea ice falling to very low levels in mid-to-late September most years this decade, sea ice has expanded remarkably within the following two months as it has always done with no apparent negative repercussions for polar bears.

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