Sleepless bears

Yet another disturbing sign of global warming reported in the Independent:

In a December in which bumblebees, butterflies and even swallows have been on the wing in Britain, European brown bears have been lumbering through the forests of Spain’s Cantabrian mountains, when normally they would already be in their long, annual sleep.

One response to “Sleepless bears”

  1. Charlie Halpern-Hamu writes:

    The sleepless and the dead

    I suppose bears would probably rather stay awake in Spain and Russia eating unseasonably blooming plants than die drowning [nevermind] (or be shot avoiding melting ice) as the world undergoes mass extinctions.

    This just in, world’s first human-inhabited island submerged due to global warming.

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