Three polar bears wander into town hundreds of miles south of their normal range

Grizzly bears are showing up in the high arctic and polar bears wandering south of the Arctic Circle.

These 3 starving polar bears were shot when they discovered food in a village far inland.

Lost polar bears hit NWT town. Animals’ arrival hundreds of kilometres south of habitat seen as sign of climate change. By Katherine O’Neil. The Globe and Mail.

2 Responses to “Three polar bears wander into town hundreds of miles south of their normal range”

  1. Heather Says:

    Coexistence with animals needs to learned and integrated fast…

  2. April Clauson Says:

    They could have caught them, feed them a bit and then re-located some where where there was game for them. No, Polar bears do not need to be protected…..this just goes to show how wrong our government and wild life agency’s are so wrong….


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