2019 Marked the 2nd Hottest Year & Polar Bears Suffer From Climate Change


Remember it being 75 degrees in November? Or how it's going to be 70 degrees in January?

It's no secret there's a major climate change. Not only are we experiencing warmer temperatures in the winter months, but animals, especially polar bears are suffering from it.

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In fact, 2019 was the 2nd hottest year ever recorded. Melting ice means lack of food.

A new study shows that polar bears need to eat 60% more than anyone knew. So without food you may not even see these large carnivores at your favorite zoo.

Learn how you can help with the effects of climate change and the polar bears here via National Geographic