Examples of how nature bounces back when humans excuse themselves are also showcased, such as a close look at a protected area that has become a shark nursery and a lush forest and ecosystem that has grown in the area around Chernobyl in the 33 years since a nuclear accident made it impossible for humans to stick around for more than a little while at a time. The point, however, is the same: Humans are ruining things for everyone else.
When it comes to climate change, politics has had a polarizing effect: people are generally doubters or believers. Polar bears, on the other hand, haven’t made their politics known. They had, however, become the poster animal for conservationists who have been sounding a warning about melting ice caps — […]
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