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    Polar Bear Bias

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    news daily, therefore, is it safe to assume that we are being brainwashed? Perhaps the secret lies in the word, bias. Bias is a prejudice towards a certain side to an argument, when used in media, it can change the way information is perceived. By way of example, Photographer of ‘horrible thin’ polar bear hopes to inspire climate change fight (CBC) is far more biased towards fighting climate change than, Photographing skinny polar bears: First person (OD news) by title and contexts. That is to say, the first quote is much more personal and imposing of a particular opinion on the topic, while the second quote…

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    Polar Bears In Nunavut

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    1. Identify the issue involved. - The issue involved is that the polar bears cannot find a place to live due to the climate change and the change in climate causing the ice to melt. 2. Identify the social, economic, cultural, and political or ecological components of selected issue. - The social component in the selected issue is that the communities are using chemicals and polluting the air that can cause this issue. People had a lack of education about negative impacts of the use of chemical…

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    Polar bears live on the sea ice floes, surrounded by the Arctic ocean. They have an abundant source of seawater, which, unfortunately is not drinkable. Sea water is too salty and would make the polar bears thirstier even more. There are no fresh drinkable waters in the Arctic, yet, animals like polar bear require water to survive. However, polar bears can go a very long time without drinking any. They sometimes consume on snow, melting it into water. But, they can’t gain a large quantity of…

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    For many years people believed that the Polar Bear would be the first species that goes extinct due to climate change, however that may not be the case. The American Pika lives in the rocky mountain areas surrounding both the U.S and Canada. This distant cousin of the rabbit lives at elevations between 8,000 and 13,000 feet, and it makes its home in rock piles and slides. The reason why this creature suffers so much due to climate change is that of how they originally adapted to their…

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    Polar Bear Research Paper

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    Polar bears are a species of bear these bears have a white fur that helps hide them in their habitat. Polar bears evolved one to three million years ago from the brown or grizzly bears. They are the only bear species to be marine mammals. The Polar bears habitat is being threatened by humans and Global Warming. Because their habitats are being threatened and scientist are working to stop global warming so, the animal in North pole can be saved this including the Polar bears. Polar bears have…

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    Polar Bear Habitat Loss

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    Seal and polar bear hunting have long since been a popular pastime and cultural practice for Canada’s indigenous populations. However, as outlined by the newspaper article “Greenpeace side sweeps the Inuit,” if not properly controlled, it can also lead these species to even further endangerment (Sopuck R., 2007). When caught, polar bears can often be sold for large sums and can provide a source of income for Indigenous groups (Sopuck R., 2007). While this practice has been a long-held cultural…

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    pretty hard to live. I believe bears are very important for many ecosystems. The bear is a predator which hunts for food and has a habitat’s near water and tree’s. So they can hunt other species like fishes, deer, and etc. Most animals discovered right now are extremely endangered to extinction. Polar bears are in a cold and snowy habitat above North America. The polar bear is a predator so it has competition with sea lions and other animals to eat fish. Grizzly bears too they get competition…

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    Why Do Polar Bears Face?

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    The young little polar bear followed his mother towards the cool Ocean, delighting as he stepped into it. It was the first time that he had ever touched water. He splashed around, his instincts telling him exactly what to do, how to swim. This is the beginning of a polar bear's life, after a few weeks of nursing and nourishment. The mother will teach him how to get his meals (mostly seals), and all the other things necessary for survival. In this paper,several questions about the polar bear will…

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    Polar Bear Monologue

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    I still had a mound of polar bear meat that could last fifteen days so I was stuffing myself. I felt something fall on my head and figured it was just a piece of ice from an icicle above. But a few moments later I heard a few cracks above me. I look up at the ceiling of the ice cave, I see a shadow I figured It was a bull and I knew that this roof would never be able to hold up that ginormous beast so I took the spear and followed the bull waiting for it to fall through. Sure enough, the ice…

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    Why are polar bears trying to steal people's food? On the federal Department of Agriculture’s plant hardiness map, a blue smear across interior Alaska shows where the brutal winters, with their 60-degree-below-zero temperatures, make it difficult for anything but the toughest plants, and people, to survive. Partly as a result, Alaska imports about 95 percent of its food, state officials say. The Inuits are facing a lot of problems like global warming, polar bears, and the fact that has to alaska…

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