Climate experts say Hudson Bay polar bears are threatened by disappearing sea ice.
Hudson Bay sea ice has been above normal almost all year.
All of the Hudson Bay Polar Bear populations are increasing.
The truth about polar bears
In Davis Strait, between Greenland and Baffin Island, the polar bear population has grown from 900 animals in the late 1970s to around 2,100 today. In Foxe Basin — a portion of northern Hudson Bay — a population that was estimated to be 2,300 in the early 2000s now stands at 2,570. And in specific areas of western Hudson Bay, the most-studied, most-photographed group of bears on Earth seems to have been on a slow but steady increase since in the 1970s.
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