With the warmer climate endangered species are making a comeback.

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In fact, global warming is a danger to all baleen whales and other plankton/krill eaters are in danger due to the oceans warming. And those are the base of most of the food chains in the oceans. So again, no cigar.

Tiny organisms, giant impact – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Impacts of rising sea temperature on krill increase risks for predators in the Scotia Sea
If we are discussing general pollution harming animal species, then there's definitely a point.

However, EVERY SINGLE ONE, as in there is NOT a singular example from the projections / models that has provided a singular useful projection, at least not with so majorly modifying the data to produce a desired effect that goes so far beyond what can be reasonably expected to occur...

Remember the polar bears drowning? Oh, they were scared of it, but what happens is that as ice gets thinner, the swimmers have more hunting grounds, and as a result their numbers have exploded (to the degree that inuit tribes have been begging governments for the right to hunt them for the protection of their own people).

This is just another example that is either a displaced blame, or another outright fabrication....

If it were not EVERY time, maybe it would be more believable.
 
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Endangered whale experiencing mini-baby boom off New England

Their food sources are going way up leading to more breeding and helping to save those that suffer from colder climates.

Now all they have to do is worry about overhunting or accidents, not climate change which is a good thing for them.

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Endangered whale experiencing mini-baby boom off New England

So if you want to save the whales then please go buy a gas guzzler, take a flight even if you don't need to, go buy a coal burning stove.

The animals will appreciate it.
Funny how dead whales of various species, seem to be an epidemic up and down the West Coast this year. And almost every autopsy finds their stomachs full of plastic trash, another by-product of oil production. Although a few apparently were hit by ships.
 
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If we are discussing general pollution harming animal species, then there's definitely a point.

However, EVERY SINGLE ONE, as in there is NOT a singular example from the projections / models that has provided a singular useful projection, at least not with so majorly modifying the data to produce a desired effect that goes so far beyond what can be reasonably expected to occur...

Remember the polar bears drowning? Oh, they were scared of it, but what happens is that as ice gets thinner, the swimmers have more hunting grounds, and as a result their numbers have exploded (to the degree that inuit tribes have been begging governments for the right to hunt them for the protection of their own people).

This is just another example that is either a displaced blame, or another outright fabrication....

If it were not EVERY time, maybe it would be more believable.
Oh my their numbers are down drastically. And the Innuit want protection because polar bears are now hunting humans rather than the seals that they can no longer get to. One reason is due of the lack of sea ice and their white coats no longer acting as a type of camouflage. Another is the lack of sea ice has decreased their hunting and cub rearing area.
 
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Oh my their numbers are down drastically. And the innuit want protection because polar bears are now hunting humans rather than the seals that they can no longer get to. One reason is due of the lack of sea ice and their white coats no longer acting as a type of camouflage. Another is the lack of sea ice has decreased their hunting and cub rearing area.
Opposite... their numbers have INCREASED drastically, to the degree that the people that live around them are being threatened by the numbers (polar bears do actively hunt humans). What you might not get is that as far as the wildlife up north, it either eats what little greenery exists, OR it eats anything that moves.

So, yes, that was all the false talking points that have been proven wrong after 20 years of repetition.

As Polar Bear Numbers Increase, GWPF Calls For Re-assessment Of Endangered Species Status | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)

Oops... when you said decreasing you meant increasing by 30%

Seriously dude... be fucking ashamed. It was literally the time it took to type the search in google... stop saying stupid shit because you are too lazy to even do a quick search.
 
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Opposite... their numbers have INCREASED drastically, to the degree that the people that live around them are being threatened by the numbers (polar bears do actively hunt humans). What you might not get is that as far as the wildlife up north, it either eats what little greenery exists, OR it eats anything that moves.

So, yes, that was all the false talking points that have been proven wrong after 20 years of repetition.

As Polar Bear Numbers Increase, GWPF Calls For Re-assessment Of Endangered Species Status | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)

Oops... when you said decreasing you meant increasing by 30%

Seriously dude... be fucking ashamed. It was literally the time it took to type the search in google... stop saying stupid shit because you are too lazy to even do a quick search.
Uh increasing from a low point means the numbers of polar bears are still way down
 

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