Using evolutionary game theory I was able to draw some interesting conclusions about the predicament facing our fuzzy four-legged mammalian ursine friends. So bears, they are large and in-charge animals, dominant species of the forest, arctic, mountains and existing in many other eco-systems. What if the dominant, top-of-the-food-chain bear of one environment was somehow pushed into the environment of another alpha-animal, maybe even another type of bear’s environment?
Thus we introduce the Polar Bear’s plight, because it is the innocent Polar Bear’s land that is sinking into the ocean, or melting into it, or evaporating into the sky… well whatever the way that a bunch of scientists choose to explain how our cold weather friend’s environment is disappearing, it is still just that, disappearing. So now with their main means of hunting for food, the ice, becoming less abundant and literally forcing them to search and procure unorthodox Polar Bear foods in unorthodox Polar Bear ways. Since Polar Bears primarily use the ice to their advantage in that it gives them the ability to surprise seal swimming in the waters below and then temporarily corner or catch them off guard for a hefty seal-meal, it is now apparent that they have a considerable obstacle to hurdle if the ice keeps melting. Basically, this results in an unsustainable evolutionary strategy given the continuance of the ice in the arctic melting.
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