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Climate change may destroy safe places for polar bears to give birth

Newborn polar bears are able to survive the bone-chilling Arctic winter — where temperatures can fall to negative 30 degrees Celsius or lower — by seeking warmth in their mothers’ dens. However, new research claims that if current trends continue, cubs along Alaska’s northern coast might perish outside instead. Read more

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