Tuesday , August 16 2022

"Something has changed: – Three species of bears found on the left bank of Manitoba


Saskatchewan tells the story of three bears that end in different ways than the famous fairy tales.

Professor Doug Clarke, from Saskatchewan University, says: "Here, for the first time, the gray, black and polar bears are written down.

"From a scientific point of view, he has never been documented anywhere," says Clarke, whose article was published in the journal Arctic Science.

Clark and his colleagues have been working at Haydon Bay in research camps at the Vapusk National Park in Manitoba, Northwest, since 2011 to explore the bearish-human relationships. But in the motion-activated cameras, something unusual happened.

During the 2011-2017 period, 401 fetuses from three of Canada's breed received.

Most of these visitors are 366 – polar bear. But 25 are black bears and 10 are from the gray.

It's not just science, Clark says. Researchers have been working here since the 1960s, but Clark reminiscent of the terrible ruin in the region in the late 1990s.

"At that time, he did not listen," he said. "But something has changed in this part of the world and they are already stable.

"We are gathering them in cameras every year, at least one of them has very strong figures [grizzly] the bear is not too far.

Scientists asserted that Beefort used the same habitat in Delta in the upper reaches of the three northern-western regions. Despite the presence of polar-grizzly hybrids, it has never been confirmed.

A new bear in the block

The Greeks in the Vapuska are the new bears.

Black bears and polar bear have long used this region. Boreal forests – a good habitat for a black bears – are practically on the coast in many places, and the coastline has a seagull on a polar bear, where they hunt seals.

However, according to local elders, at present, the "Tlondalum" may go out of the Greater Lighthouse in the northwest of Santiago. According to Clark, this was in the park.

«[Grizzlies] over the last few decades has gained considerable scope. They expanded into the Hudson Bay coast and Manitoba, and even to Ontario. «

Over the last decade, Berry has grown in abundance, and Clark is calling for the creation of young Greeks who are looking for herbs.

The black bear is reflected in a distributed photo taken on a camera trap on May 16, 2016 in the Vapusk National Park. Even more commonly, black bears are much more common than the polar bear in the region. (University of Saskatchewan / Canadian edition)

No one really knows. According to Clark, climate change affects the sea ice and affects local vegetation.

"This place looks like clever."

There are still three types of bears still in contact with each other. But the cameras wrote about three hours apart from each other on a black bear and a polar bear.

"No problem, they know each other in this area and understand what each other is," Clark said.

"They are interconnected – it's a big question, and there are all kinds of things to do."

The polar bears appear on October 6, 2014 at the shootout camera at Wapusk National Park. The researchers are trying to find out that polar bears are threatened by long-term predominant species in the region, threatening with black and black bears. (University of Saskatchewan / Canadian edition)

The potential outcome of the new mixture is unknown.

"They can walk in different ways," Clarke says. In the past, the gray-headed and the polar bear observed that the two sides were also useful.

The moral essence of history is that people control the wild populations who change how and for whose benefit people change – their habitat changes.

"It's a big, big problem, what do people do about it, is it a great thing, a new thing, or a polar bears?

"It forces us to keep our forecast of our conservation."

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