- Climate Change On Track To Wipe Out Polar Bears By 2100 Most Polar Bears To Disappear By 2100 Study Predicts.
- Companies are increasingly turning to polar regions for fossil fuel exploration. This is causing the polar bears’ habitat to shrink.
- Research published in the journal Nature Climate Change claimed that the extinction of greenhouse gases
- Already worldwide, due to the lack of food, they are becoming cannibals and killing and eating female polar bears.
If the emission of greenhouse gases continued, most polar bears would become extinct by the end of this century. This claim is made in a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change. By 2100, only a few polar beers will survive in the Queen Elizabeth Islands of Canada. According to research, by the early 2040s the fertility of many polar beers will begin to wane. After this, the process of their disappearance will begin.
Researchers have studied 13 of those 19 species of polar beers.
Studied 13 of 19 species
According to the research, researchers have studied 13 of the 19 species of polar beer that make up 80 percent of the world’s population. During the research, researchers have released polar bears from the islands of the Canadian Arctic region. The reason for this is that it is very difficult to estimate them in the geographical area here.
Recently pictures of polar beers starving and looking like skeletons went viral.
26,000 polar bears of 19 species worldwide
There are 26,000 polar bears of their 19 species worldwide. They are found from Norway to Canada and Siberia. Polar beers rely on fishes for food. They catch and eat the fish found in the ice pit. Sometimes it takes several days to find food. Recently pictures of polar beers starving and looking like skeletons went viral.
Researchers claim that the decline in their reproduction is the same as we had guessed.
Hence their population is decreasing
As the global warming is increasing, the glacier ice is melting. This is the biggest reason behind their dwindling numbers. Researchers claim that the decline in their reproduction is the same as we had guessed. There will come a time when they will not be able to get food for a long time and they will not survive breeding.
If this situation continues, their body will become weak and they will not be able to survive.
It is necessary to rein in greenhouse gas
If greenhouse gases are not curbed, by 2080, all bears in Alaska and Russia will begin to run out. By 2100, their population may be over in the whole world. They can stay hungry for a long time, but if such a situation persists, their body will become weak and will not be able to breed.
Russian scientists have claimed in their research that polar bears are being cannibalized.
Cannibals are becoming polar beers
Climate change and human intervention is also changing the behavior of polar bears. Russian scientists have claimed in their research that these bears are becoming cannibalistic. They are coming in contact with humans for long distances in search of food. Not only this, they are also killing each other due to dwindling food sources. Among them, females are being targeted the most.
The lack of food in bears has also led to a mutual fight, which kills either of them.
Food shortage is on the rise
According to researcher Mordvintsev, cases of polar bears being cannibalized have been known for a long time, but we worry that such cases should be rare, while cases are now being recorded more often. Apart from this, mutual fighting has also increased due to lack of food in bears, which kill one of the two. Big bears in size and strength are often targeting females with children. Eating big bears by killing children is easier than hunting other prey.
Ice has melted up to 40% in the Arctic due to climate change. Due to this the food sources of polar bears are rapidly reduced.
40% ice melt in Arctic in 25 years
Due to climate change during the last 25 years, the Arctic has melted ice by 40%. Due to this the food sources of polar bears are rapidly reduced. Bears hunt seals that swim in water under the ice. Mordvintsev said, this winter the bears were seen hunting from the Gulf of Obi in Russia to the Barents Sea. This route is a busy route for seaborne ships carrying gas from the LNG (Liquidfeed Natural Gas) plant.
This food hiding behavior is found in brown bears, which evolved from polar beer 5 million years ago and came into existence.
Polar bears started to collect food
Another research published in February of this year found that bears are burying large prey bodies like their own under ice and soil, so that they can be removed and eaten later. Scientists have called this process caching. This food hiding behavior is found in brown bears, which evolved from polar beer 5 million years ago and came into existence.
Climate change is increasing the temperature. The ice is melting, posing new challenges for bears.
Also a challenge
Companies are increasingly turning to polar regions for fossil fuel exploration. This is causing the polar bears’ habitat to shrink. Climate change is increasing the temperature. The ice is melting, posing new challenges for bears.