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Hudson Bay polar bears 'could soon be extinct'

Hudson Bay polar bears 'could soon be extinct' --The bears could die out in 25 to 30 years, or perhaps in as few as 10. 15 Jul 2010 Polar bears in the Hudson Bay area of Canada are likely to die out in the next three decades, possibly sooner, as global warming melts more Arctic ice and thus reduces their hunting opportunities, according to Canadian biologists. The animals in western Hudson Bay, one of 19 discrete sub-populations of the species around the Arctic, are losing fat and body mass as their time on the floating sea ice gets shorter and shorter, according to the researchers from the University of Alberta. The west Hudson Bay population has declined from 1,200 animals to 900.

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polar bears are one of the fastest animals on the planet when it comes to adapting changes in their environment