Global Warming in the Future.

Many animals including birds, fish, and turtles migrate. Global warming has affected them because the places that they used to migrate to aren't safe anymore. The birds get confused about when they should have to fly south. Global Warming has even changed routes for birds. Fish and turtles are some of the many animals that are in danger. There are two different kinds of bears and penguins. There are only 17 different kinds of animals and 11 of those are endangered. Scientists believe that polar bears won't exist in 100 years if Global Warming doesn't stop. The food chain of some animals is changing because of Global Warming. Scientists are saying that within 40 years, 1,103 native species will be extinct.

Will global warming ever stop or slow down? I guess that is to decide upon the people if they want to stop Global warming because its not going to fix its self. We are the ones that have to fix it to save animals and from land going under water.

Scientific consensus remains that the earth is warming, largely because of human activity, with consequences that include melting ice caps, rising sea levels and shifting agricultural patterns.

Even though the magnificent creatures can swim very far to solid land, the distance is getting larger as the Arctic diminishes.

100 miles to swim for a polar bear is not a big deal, especially a fat one!

The bears can be 10ft tall and can be 1700 pounds. They use there body fat to keep them warm when the cold weather plummets. In Hudson Bay where the ice melts completely in the summer, scientists have noted that it is now happening 3 weeks earlier.

There is a concern of the Greenland Ice Sheet. It has been melting since 1979, more quickly than they have expected. Climate change may eventually lead to it melting completely. The sea level could raise by 7 meters which is 23 feet!

The Five Deadliest Facts of Global Warming:

  • 5. Spread of Disease

  • 4. Warmer Waters and More Hurricanes

  • 3. Increased Probability and Intensity of Droughts and Heat Waves

  • 2.Economic Consequences

  • 1. Polar Ice Caps Melting