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In a place with little sea ice, polar bears have found another way to hunt

A female bear and two 1-year-old cubs walk over snow-covered freshwater glacier ice in Southeast Greenland.

An isolated population of polar bears in southeast Greenland has learned to hunt on freshwater glacier ice. That means they may be able to survive longer as climate change makes sea ice scarce.

(Image credit: Kristin Laidre)

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