Latest Polar bears Stories
Polar Bears International offers live streaming video of polar bear migration and global Petition for Polar Bears to focus media attention on Churchill, Manitoba Churchill,
New research suggests polar bears and brown bears come from the same DNA as ancient bears and that polar bear populations changed with climatic events over the past million years.
One prominent wildlife expert and photojournalist has gathered pictures proving that arctic polar bears trapped on land will turn to cannibalism in order to survive.
As the polar bears of Churchill, Manitoba gather to wait for ice to form on Hudson's Bay, cameras mounted on a Tundra Buggy® track their every move.
A federal scientist under internal investigation, apparently over a study on polar bear deaths that was cited by Al Gore in â€œAn Inconvenient Truthâ€, went on the offensive Thursday, filing a complaint alleging persecution from within the Interior Department.
As their icy Arctic habitat melts, polar bear mothers and their cubs are forced to swim long distances, which expose the cubs to higher mortality rates than cubs who do not have to swim as far, a study shows.
A team of international scientists has found that all living polar bears descend from a single mama brown bear.
A District Court Judge has ruled that the US Fish and Wildlife Service acted correctly in listing polar bears as a threatened species, rebuffing a pair of opposing legal challenges to the creature's classification on the endangered species list.
Russia, reneging on an agreement made with the United States allowing a quota of 29 polar bears to be hunted, posted a statement on its website saying it will not allow the animals to be hunted in its far north polar region.
University of Alberta researchers studied the reproductive ecology of polar bears in Hudson Bay and have linked declining litter sizes with loss of sea ice.
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