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Inuit group lobbying gov’t to increase polar bear quotas

A recent study found eastern arctic populations are stable or increasing, but caution sea ice loss may impact numbers

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Wednesday, 03/08/2017 5:25 pm EST
Photo via Government of Nunavut Department of Environment 2012 report
A recent study found two eastern arctic polar bear subpopulations are stable or increasing, but caution sea ice loss may impact numbers

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