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A polar bear clawing at a ship in the Antarctic would be big news

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To The Daily Sun,

Tom Sellew should probably not be writing letters to the editor in regards to global warming. His own intellectuallity on the subject is at best very questionable. One, animal scientists say may become extinct because of global warming is the polar bear. When polar bears claw at the hull of the strained ship in the Antarctic, that will be very big news. When that happens, penguins may also migrate further north in the arctic. Mr. Sellew can then form his own research group to find out how polar bears got from the Artic to the Antarctic and how penguins got from Antarctica to the Arctic.

Jon Christen Solberg