Wednesday, January 26, 2022
HomeClimate411A ‘mass exodus’ of polar bears from Alaska to Russia has taken...

A ‘mass exodus’ of polar bears from Alaska to Russia has taken place, local residents claim

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Quite simply, this flexibility in response to changing conditions in the Arctic has allowed the polar bear to be an evolutionarily successful species and not a symptom of climate change victimhood.

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