Friday, April 20, 2007
In This article titled "Polar Bears' Plight Recognized by Juliet Eliperin for Los Angeles Times, is about the polar bears in Antarctica that might have to face extinction by global warming and as of now the U. S. government had stated that the Polar bear would be endangered in the next forty-five years. The people had also said that since global warming may be an issue to the well known species in Antarctica the climates around the world are getting warmer and the ice is melting. Knowing what might happen to this animal may affect children in many different ways. The summer sea ice could disappear by 2040 by the way things are going in this part of the world. There are 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears worldwide and are well known to also stay in Alaska, Canada, Russia and in other countries with arctic regions are Denmark and Norway.