Greenland's polar bears hunt on glacier ice; Skyrocketing gas prices in Colorado : Here & Now Polar bear biologists have found a population of bears in Greenland that hunt on ice coming off of glaciers, rather than the frozen sea. That means they may be able to survive climate change longer.And, the high gas prices in Colorado have people changing their spending and commuting habits. Colorado Public Radio's Matt Bloom reports.

Greenland's polar bears hunt on glacier ice; Skyrocketing gas prices in Colorado

Greenland's polar bears hunt on glacier ice; Skyrocketing gas prices in Colorado

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Polar bear biologists have found a population of bears in Greenland that hunt on ice coming off of glaciers, rather than the frozen sea. That means they may be able to survive climate change longer.

And, the high gas prices in Colorado have people changing their spending and commuting habits. Colorado Public Radio's Matt Bloom reports.

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