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News ID: 18749
Publish Date: 8:40 - 03 February 2018
TEHRAN, February 3 - Scientists say polar bears, the Arctic apex predators, need larger quantities of energy to survive than previously thought, warning that changing sea ice conditions, as a consequence of climate change, is making their prey increasingly inaccessible.

TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - Scientists say polar bears, the Arctic apex predators, need larger quantities of energy to survive than previously thought, warning that changing sea ice conditions, as a consequence of climate change, is making their prey increasingly inaccessible.

 

Source:Press TV

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