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Our Beautiful Polar Bear! Let us help our World and Save our Endangered Species!! Look at these Photos from Caring Scientists!!!!

Amstrup and York collecting polar bear data

Geoff York and Steven Amstrup work on a family of bears with their research helicopter in the background.

Photo provided to APRN courtesy Steven C. Amstrup, PhD — the Senior Polar Bear Researcher at the USGS Alaska Science Center / Biological Science Office in Anchorage, Alaska.

You can listen to the original story online at APRN.ORG 

 

Click on the above information.  Learn and try to help our endangered species.  This information is not my report …but I believe it needs to be highlighted so that people become more aware of our world and its future.

Polar bear research in progress while Endangered Species status under review

Mon, May 5, 2008 
Posted in Alaska News, Top Stories


Click the image above for a larger copy and three more from USGS researcher Steven Amstrup.

The Bush Administration has until May 15 to decide whether or not to list the polar bear as “threatened” under the Endangered Species Act. And while government officials work out the details on that decision, polar bear scientists are camped out in western and northern Alaska. They’re studying the only two U.S. populations of the bears: in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas.

Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage

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One Comment to “Polar bear research in progress while Endangered Species status under review”

  1. adam martin on May 16, 2008 at 6:36 am

    i think polar bears are the best creatures on this earth and yes they are becoming endangered and everyone should do something to help this cause not alot but just some and we will change the population of the polar bears. They deserve to live!

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