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Imperiled polar bears face new threat in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Jan 21, 2019

In some areas of the Arctic, female polar bears are more frequently choosing to build their maternity dens on land, rather than sea ice. The land provides the stability and security that sea ice no longer can& mdash;at least until human activity comes into the picture.



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