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Exhiben En Video El sufrimiento De Los Osos Polares a Falta De Hielo


Ciudad de México, (11 de diciembre 2017).- En el video se observa la triste vida de los osos polares en la isla de Baffin, al norte de Canadá, cuando el hielo se va, así es el drástico cambio de su vida.

El fotógrafo Paul Nicklen escribió en su Facebook «Mi equipo y yo estábamos en lágrimas al documentar a este oso moribundo» y es imposible contener el llanto al ver la triste vida de este animal, a la falta de su hábitat.

Es hora de hacer conciencia con estos animales, y también simplemente en nosotros para comenzar a preocuparnos por las demás especies que también son parte de este mundo.

Te dejamos el video donde se muestra esta desagradable situación:

My entire SeaLegacy team was pushing through their tears and emotions while documenting this dying polar bear. It’s a soul-crushing scene that still haunts me, but I know we need to share both the beautiful and the heartbreaking if we are going to break down the walls of apathy. This is what starvation looks like. The muscles atrophy. No energy. It’s a slow, painful death. 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. There is no band aid solution. There was no saving this individual bear. People think that we can put platforms in the ocean or we can feed the odd starving bear. The simple truth is this—if the Earth continues to warm, we will lose bears and entire polar ecosystems. This large male bear was not old, and he certainly died within hours or days of this moment. But there are solutions. 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. Thank you to our angel donors for your love and support and for keeping our team on location. With Cristina Mittermeier #turningthetide with SeaLegacy: video is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact or call +44 121 616 1100 / +1 646 380 1615)

Posted by Paul Nicklen Photography on Tuesday, December 5, 2017

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