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A starved polar bear was spotted in a Russian industrial town, far away from her home.
Government officials Expect, warned residents on Tuesday that a bear had been spotted crossing the main streets of the city, far to the south of its regular hunting grounds.
Anatoly Nikolaichuk, head of the local hunting department, told the news agency, Tass, that’s the last time a polar bear was seen in the vicinity of Norilsk, more than 40 years ago.
He said that the local officials will have to decide whether they will be able to catch the animals and airlift it back to the north.
The hungry-looking bear, it is about 900 km to the south of its usual habitat, according to local reports.
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In this image made from video released by @putoranatour/Oleg Krashevsky, on Monday, the 17th of June, 2019 at the latest, it shows a polar bear walking across a road in Norilsk, Russia.
((Oleg Krashevsky@putoranatour via the AP))
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According to the environmentalists, the animals will have to suffer from the shrinking hunting area and the retreat of the ice at the north Pole is getting warmer. Changing climate has resulted in a number of of them to to to venture south in search of food.
The polar bears are “highly vulnerable” in the ever-changing environment as a result of their dependence on sea ice, according to The World wildlife Fund.
“The importance of the climate at the height of polar bear conservation is the identification and protection of the “ice areas”, the areas of the arctic are projected to be maintained by sea-ice, is the farthest into the future,” the organization states.
As a local resident, who took pictures of the bear, told the Siberian Times that the horse is not as good as before.
“He’s serious, hunger-bitten, and he was barely able to blink and keep his eyes open, hardly able to walk,’ Irina Yarinskaya, told the Siberian Times. “It was a long, long time, with a rest, then he crossed the road and entered the industrial zone.”
And the odd polar bear images have surfaced on the same week that photos of dogs who appear to “walk on water” due to global warming, conditions in the Greenland ice sheet.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.