The polar bear is at risk because its amazing habitat is literally melting as the planet warms.

Historically, straits and fjords should be choked with ice or totally frozen and travel should be impossible. But not of late and not this year. Instead we had nearly total freedom to roam as we sailed to 82° 40’ N to find the ice edge and polar bears…

Nearly all the wildlife witnessed during our trip requires sea ice to survive.

(Polar Bears International)

Image by Andrea Bohl from Pixabay

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