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Polar Bears' Melting Habitat Forces Zoos To Act

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Polar bears live on sea ice but that habitat is slowly disintegrating. Juliet Eilperin of The Washington Post, and Dr. Jeffrey Bonner, President and CEO of the St. Louis Zoo, talk to David Greene about a push to preserve polar bears. The idea is to keep a number of them in captivity to preserve the gene pool .
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