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Polar bears in danger? Is this some kind of joke?
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12 Nov 07 - Why don’t polar bears eat penguins? Because their paws are too big to get the wrappers off, obviously. It’s not a joke you hear so often these days, though, because polar bears are now a serious business. They’re the standard-bearers of a tear-jerking propaganda campaign to persuade us all that, if we don’t act soon on climate change, the only thing that will remain of our snowy-furred ursine chums will be the picture on a pack of Fox’’s glacier mints.

Now, in a new cinema release called Earth – a magnificent, feature-length nature documentary from the makers of the BBC’s Planet Earth series – comes the most sob-inducing "evidence" of all: a poor male polar bear filmed starving to death as a result, the quaveringly emotional Patrick Stewart voiceover suggests, of global warming.

Never mind that what actually happens is that the bear stupidly has a go at a colony of walruses and ends up being gored to death.

In 1950, let us not forget, there were about 5,000 polar bears. Now there are 25,000.

A five fold population increase isn’t exactly a catastrophic decline.

But never let the facts get in the way of a good story.

Why don’t polar bears eat penguins? But they do, actually!

See entire article by James Delingpole:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article2852551.ece?ILC-EVYcomments&ATTR=4test1
Thanks to Dr. Ben for this link

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