Think Of The Boston Polar Bear Cubs

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10 Responses to Think Of The Boston Polar Bear Cubs

  1. Eliza says:

    Its a doggie woggie!!! Not a wolf!

  2. Jason Calley says:

    If all the ice in Boston harbor melts, how will the coyotes be able to hunt seals?

    • nielszoo says:

      Once we get their funding cut off the former modelers in CAGW can write “Seal Safari” for PlayStation and Xbox. Then we just need to get a grant to build coyote friendly game controllers and start regional, sustainable programs to train volunteers to go into the coyote communities and teach them new gaming skills and vegan practices.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Vegan coyotes? Hmmmm…. that’s not a bad idea. That way, once we are all singing Kumbayah and livin’ carbon free off the land, the coyotes won’t taste so gamey when we have to eat one of them.

  3. Mike D says:

    Never saw Al Gore’s movie. So can anyone tell me if we’re supposed to be happy or alarmed about this? Or should it be a polar bear walking across there to make us happy?

  4. edk says:

    more evidence of climate change, canine’s walking on water….

  5. Llanero says:

    This is exactly what the models predicted.

  6. Frank K. says:

    That’s an amazing image.

  7. Bill Illis says:

    Even Chesapeake Bay has substantial sea ice this year. The last significant freezing event was 1976-77.

  8. R2Dtoo says:

    Must have escaped from Kerry’s yacht. I’ve heard he’s big on saving biodiversity.

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