Tuesday, November 13, 2012

How long have polar bears lived in Hudson Bay? | polarbearscience
In summary, the evidence indicates that from at least 14,500 years ago until about 8,000 years ago at the earliest, there was polar bear habitat in and around the Arctic Basin but NOT in Hudson Bay. This means that polar bears have only had at most 8,000 years – and perhaps as few as 6,500 years – to adapt to the unique conditions of Hudson Bay, which includes a yearly ice-free period of 4 months or more
Natural gas continues to surge on cold weather, colder forecasts By Forexpros
Forexpros - Natural gas futures surged nearly 5% during U.S. afternoon trade Tuesday, as forecasts indicating colder-than-normal temperatures across most parts of the U.S. in the coming week boosted near-term demand expectations for the heating fuel.

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