2200 polar bears live on the west coast of Greenland. It is unknown how many live on the east coast, but this group appears to be living in a place where they were formerly thought incapable of surviving.Continue reading “Unknown, seemingly impossible Polar bear population found living in Greenland”
A group of polar bears are surviving in south-east Greenland are surviving despite there not being sea ice for most of the year.Continue reading “Polar bears appear to be surviving despite the lack of sea ice, should we take this as a positive sign?”
The Nunavut government has put together a report looking into polar bear Inuit interactions. The report suggests that population growth has pushed the polar bears into close proximity with the Inuits and the result of this is likely to be more and more clashes and potentially deaths of humans.