Penguins And Polar Bears Struggling To Survive!

In an April 11 Las Vegas Sun article, “Winter Arctic ice coverage hits record low,” it was reported from Anchorage, Alaska that the surface area of ice in the Arctic Ocean reached its second lowest level during a winter period in thirty years–the lowest was five years ago. Disney Corporation and National Geographic films have been showing ice cascading away, breaking free, and melting from both northern and southern caps for several years. Their point is that the home “turf” for both penguins in the south and polar bears in the north is disappearing. These animals are struggling to survive and it is due to changes in Earth’s climate.

Heart wrenching! Those poor creatures just can’t find any ice. Life at the poles used to be so easy before we messed it up for them.

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8 Responses to Penguins And Polar Bears Struggling To Survive!

  1. GregO says:

    Citations: Disney and National Geographic…they are kidding right? Right!?

  2. Kelathos says:

    The citation is a good match, as Disney makes the best fairy tales.

  3. Jimbo says:

    Never Never Land citations. 🙂

  4. Latitude says:

    ….at least they didn’t have them at the same pole this time

  5. S.E.Hendriksen says:

    Penguin chicks are starving to death because the adults have to walk about 100 miles over the sea-ice to the breeding grounds to feed them…. To much sea-ice this year.

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    It’s amazing, the total fabrications being fed to people. And if it were not for the Internet, very few would know the truth.

  7. Al Gored says:

    Yes, Bambi, no I mean Rudolph, are doomed. But no one ever mentions Santa Claus. They probably don’t care because of The War on Christmas. But what about the elves? They’re cute. And they could be union members.

  8. Al Gored says:

    It should be noted that researchers have found no surviving Antarctic Pikas. Yet another sign of the impending apocalypse. No lizards left there either. And still some people can deny these impacts. Sheeesh.

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