Polar Bears Derek Hemel

Why do we hunt polar bears?

Polar bears are hunted by native for food, clothing, and to sell their fur. People also kill polar bears as a defense of their property.

The solution

Some countries have put laws in place to make it illegal to hunt and kill polar bears. These countries include Canada, Greenland, and the United States.

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Created with images by Pexels - "animal cold fur" • Karilop311 - "Travel Trend Year Ahead" • Roger's Eye <(r)> - "Polar Splash"

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