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January 07, 2009


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I was watching Daily Planet and they said that some Polar bears have actually changed what they eat. They are eating some eggs of a bird which are high in protein, and they would only need about 40 eggs to get as much nutrients as a seal. Another good thing is that bird population needs population control as it has grown out of hand.

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