The Beekeeper's Garden

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So as sea ice has disappeared, polar bears have had to look elsewhere to find food. "We're getting a lot of anecdotal reports of emaciated polar bears wandering across Canada," Parmesan says. "They're starving, and they're going into dumping grounds." The ventral side contains a mouth with a rasping tongue (radula) for feeding. The Karner blue is experiencing a decline primarily due to human activities such as agriculture, urbanization and fire suppression.

Pages: 152

Publisher: Alphabooks; First Edition edition (January 1, 1988)

ISBN: 071363023X

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