arctic wolves How global warming affects arctic wolves

Global Warming is when a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth's atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants, and that is the reason why arctic wolves are starting to decrease.

The wolves life in Antarctica. It is very cold over there where they live. The climate is between -20 to -5 in the daytime. Global warming affects Arctic wolves because it's messing up their home, and if it happens, it will soon depopulate the population of the arctic wolf. Also, Global warming affects the wolves because it will be harder for them to catch their food which is things like birds and musk oxen and for that reason they might die as well. If global warming happens it will be to hot for them

Increase of global warming temperature

This bar graph shows the global warming temperature. If this keeps going on, the arctic wolves and all the animals in Antarctica will decrease rapidly and that can't happen because Antarctica is their home. This global temperature needs to stop so we have to not let greenhouse gases go into the atmosphere.

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