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Polar bears, black bears and grizzlys found together for the first time
In Wapusk National Park near Churchill Manitoba researchers found for the first time all three types of bears. Up until now their habitats don't overlap. The park is in a place where there is an overlap of Boreal Forest, Tundra and Marine ecosystems. The presence of Polar Bears, Black Bears and Grizzly Bears is a response to the changing climate. As the climate changes, the bears will expand their territories in search of food. Grizzly Bears will range further north. Polar Bears may need to seek food on land if there is no ice. Black Bears will eat where they can.

This may be unheard of by researchers, but it is a sign that the bears are adapting and finding ways to survive.
As the climate changes we are going to see many things like this. Even though there is change it is good to know there is adaptation.
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