Starving Polar Bear Captured On Camera In Heartbreaking Footage

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The starving polar bear scanvenging for

The "soul-crushing scene" captured by Paul Nicklen and conservation group Sea Legacy is being used as a moment to recognize the seriousness of climate change.

Government agencies monitoring about climate change are also warning that we could possibly lose polar bears as early as 2050, per a Washington Post report.

"We didn't have a dead seal to feed it or any means to put it out of its misery. Bears are going to starve to death", Nicklen said.

"Soul-crushing" footage has emerged of a starving wild polar bear scouring a desolate landscape for food. The clip of the bear, which was released by the National Geographic channel, is gut-wrenching.

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"Polar bears will be facing much harder conditions, including the shrinking of the amount of available food as the ice melts". This large male bear was not old, and he certainly died within hours or days of this moment. We must reduce our carbon footprint, eat the right food, stop cutting down our forests, and begin putting the Earth - our home - first'. Please join us at @sea_legacy as we search for and implement solutions for the oceans and the animals that rely on them-including us humans.

Photographer Paul Nicklen, who has been with National Geographic for 17 years, says recording the video was even more heartbreaking.

A video released this week of an extremely emaciated polar bear has served as a similar objective: as a rallying cry and stand-in for a largely unmitigated environmental disaster. With @CristinaMittermeier #turningthetide with @Sea_Legacy #bethechange #nature #naturelovers This video is exclusively managed by Caters News.

Nicklen's video doesn't capture the bear's death, and although he couldn't know for sure if it suffered from other health issues, he believes the animal died of starvation.

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But warming temperatures and rising seas have prevented the ice from solidifying, and polar bears are staying longer on the land looking for food, often times with little success, environmentalists say.

"When scientists say polar bears will be extinct in the next 100 years, I think of the global population of 25,000 bears dying in this manner", he wrote. "It's telling us climate change is happening today, not in 10 to 30 years, it is here and it is present and it is affecting these attractive animals today", Dr Čašule told SBS News.

He said if nothing is done to combat global warming than it could be a "death sentence" for polar bears. He's spent his life filming bears and estimates that he's come across about 3,000 of them, but the animal in his latest video was unlike the rest.

With his video, he aims to spread awareness about how severe climate change is and how we as humans, should worry about it more.

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As per report by the channel, the deficiency of seals in the area leaves the bears with no option but to venture into human settlements for the need of food.

"It's not like we travel around with 200-300 of pounds of seal meat when we're walking around in the Arctic", Nicklen said.

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