Senate Votes To Ease Hunting Restrictions On Extinct Animals

The record low Arctic ice this summer killed off the last of the Polar Bears, because they can not survive without ice.

In its first roll call since September, the Senate voted 92-5 on Tuesday to debate a bill to ease restrictions on hunters and fishermen and allow 41 U.S. hunters to bring home polar bear carcasses trapped in Canada due to a ban on trophy imports.

Senate Votes On Polar Bear Carcasses In First Roll Call Since September « CBS DC

Experts say that the ice will continue to decline, causing further loses of the already extinct species.

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4 Responses to Senate Votes To Ease Hunting Restrictions On Extinct Animals

  1. miked1947 says:

    BUT! BUT! BUT The natives need to fleece those hunters to earn extra money and they can not do that if the hunters are not allowed to bring the trophies back. ;)

  2. Andy says:

    They won’t even be able to dig up frozen bodies like they do mammoths in 10 000 years time as it will not even be frozen ground. Instread they will have been slowly cooking for all that time. I like mine well done.

    Andy

  3. RobertvdL says:

    Fascinating to see the ice come and go in the 10 day animation

    http://seaice.alaska.edu/gi/observatories/barrow_webcam

    Polar bear sanctuary on iceberg

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20140188

    • Billy Liar says:

      If you watch the clouds you can see that when the ice leaves the coast it is because the wind is blowing it offshore.

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