Alaska Bears

April 7, 2008 10:52 AM | Alaskan Photo Tours

alaska bears
EASY QUESTION! If the polar ice caps melt and Alaska begins to heat up, where do you think that polar bears could go?

EASY QUESTION! If the polar ice caps melt and starts heating alaska, where do you think that polar bears could go? What is the side or place cool next to them?? Only oppinions. (Please do not say things like the desert or the Amazon) need this for my science project.

Polar bears need sea ice. That's where they hunt for food. If sea ice melts, will try to live on earth. As with any animal that loses its habitat, the polar bear will to adapt, if you can, to a new habitat. It will also be invading the turf of other animals, including humans, so the experience competition for food, living space, space den, etc. Many polar bears will die, and the number of new polar bears are born every year will go down. It is difficult to raise if the den is wet or eroded by the waves before there was ice and can not find any other leads to mate with. Furthermore, the cubs will probably poorer survival, because clubs and lack of food. Last summer, a polar bear ended in Fort Yukon, Alaska, far from the ocean. Another ended in Deline, in northwestern Canada, from the sea. That's what animals do when they lose their habitat. They start walking. I have heard that none have survived their encounters with humans.

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