Dr. Douglas A Clark – September 14, 2019

As the ice pack shrinks and moves north, the polar bears seem to be shifting their territory in lock step. There is evidence that as they move out, the grizzly bears move in. How common is this and how far might they expand their northern territory? Dr. Douglas Clark from the University of Saskatchewan is a polar bear expert, and he offers his thoughts shifting bear territories.

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