The polar bear who died of climate change - big picture | Environment | theguardian.com
A lack of sea ice, caused by global warming, meant the bear was unable to hunt seals and starved, according to an expert who had been monitoring the animal in Svalbard, NorwayPolar Bear FAQs | Polar Bears International
A male Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) starved to death due to climate change, Svalbard, Norway
This 16-year-old male polar bear died of starvation resulting from the lack of ice on which to hunt seals, according to Dr Ian Stirling, who has studied polar bears for almost 40 years with the Canadian Wildlife Service and the University of Alberta.
In the wild, polar bears live an average 15 to 18 yearsBy the way, since this bear was unable to violently kill seals as usual, can we see some pictures of adorable young seals who are alive and happy today only because CO2 killed this bear?