Mother Polar Bear Loses Her Cubs
A very malnourished mother polar bear guards her even more malnourished two cubs in a small snow drift near camp at Cape Churchill on November 23, 2010 in Manitoba, Canada. Suffering from seizures and close to death these two polar bear cubs are the sad face of the obvious effects of climate change.


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