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There's no reason to think polar bears are suffering from over-population: http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/mar/20/...
Try World magazine. They beg to differ.
Actually, they don't. They say that populations have 'tripled since the 60s'--not at all the same thing. They linked to this: http://factcheck.org/2008/06/polar-bear-population...
I basically copied from their article. Good luck getting me to think different.
Do you really not see a difference between "populations have tripled" and "there is an over population problem?"
Yes, I see a difference.
u know developed countries like USA and Russia pollute air more than the developing countries like India, iran etc. Power always comes with some cost. So rather than calling senators and congressman, start saving planet on your hand.
Yes we have to focus on saving the whole planet. the rising temperature has effected in melting of ice which led to the rise of sea level by 1 cm every year. even the temperature in antartica is now not suitable for the beautiful penquin