Hungry polar bears face longer wait for sea ice

On the western edge of Hudson Bay, near Churchill, Man., dozens of polar bears are forced to wait for sea ice to get thick enough to allow them to reach their seal hunting grounds. Many have not eaten a full meal since July, when the ice melted, and the wait is only getting longer, scientists say.

Hudson Bay waters are warming fast, preventing bears from reaching hunting grounds on the ice

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