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It has been estimated that the whole world could be under water within a century if nothing is done to combat the phenomenon, which is Global Warming
The once natural paradise, the Antarctic, is now associated with destruction. For the wildlife itself, the melting glaciers and the breakdown of the ecosystem must seem like a hell on earth. One of these creatures is the awesome polar bear. It make be the top carnivore within its food chain and is able to swim a hundred miles at a time however we have caused the dramatically decreasing numbers of this animal, so much so that it has been place on the endangered species list. Polar bears generally breed twins at a time and provide an ice den for their offspring so that they can adapt to the surroundings, learning to eventually fend for themselves. This is no longer possible, once again because of the human race. We are filling our once clean atmosphere with too many pollutant gases, not only making it more toxic but also thickening the atmosphere. As a result it is harder for heat to escape and the world's average temperature rises. This increase
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