As the arctic north pole ice begins to recede more and more each summer in its hemisphere, the wild creatures there have been forced to make unprecedented adjustments to survive.
Polar bears who rely on the ice fields to hunt and raise their young, have been challenged more each year to swim longer distances between the scattered floating ice that remains.
With the melting of the permafrost the polar bear and northern grizzly populations are now coming into closer contact. There has been a mating of the two species.
What shall they be called in the popular vernacular? Groler bears or pizzly bears?
What do you think?