How an isolated polar bear population adapted to climate change

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An Isolated polar bear population in Greenland had to adapt to the declining sea ice which they used as a platform to hunt seals. They hunt in the freshwater formed by the melting glaciers, which enables them to survive. This finding gives hope for the very endangered polar bear species.

 

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