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Bear world is coming out of hibernation for a month or more ahead of schedule — and the scientists are to blame, one of the warmest winters on record.
The moscow Zoo is the CEO Svetlana Akulova said that it was so, the preparations for the two Himalayan bears are kept in captivity at the zoo, to get out of the sleep mode for more than a month earlier than the April box, but she had been expecting.
“Our zoologists were preparing for the bears to wake up earlier due to the abnormally warm winter,” Akulova, said in a statement reported by The Moscow Times.
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In Vermont and New Hampshire, there are sightings of bears coming out of hibernation more than a month early, which scientists attribute to warmer temperatures. (Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department)
(Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department)
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Have there been any other reports of the bears, leaving hiberation early in the morning.
As The Daily Mail reports, in Voronezh, in the centre of town, lived a brown bear, Masha wakes up to a month ahead of schedule.
The two brown bears at the Korkesaari the Zoo in Helsinki, Finland, and woke up in mid-February, after only two months of winter slumber, the British publication reports.
Bears generally hibernate for four to five months of the year, but sometimes they can hibernate for a lot longer.