Moscow The effect of changing weather also affects animals. About 56 polar bears along with cubs of different ages have entered the village from the icy region due to climate change due to large scale snow melting in the Arctic. Due to these hungry hunter bears, about 700 people in the village are afraid to get out of the houses. Due to this, all schools have also been closed. This is the second time that the people of this village have encountered polar bears at their doorstep. The terror of these bears has become a matter of discussion in Russian television channels. Recently, some video clips have gone viral on social media, in which people were seen facing this dreaded animal. Officials have advised people to avoid these bears weighing 600 kg and can run at a speed of 40 km / h. In Russia, it is illegal to shoot them.
Due to these hungry hunter bears, about 700 people in the village are afraid to get out of the houses.
Earlier in the year, dozens of hungry Polar Bears had penetrated into the far-flung Nova Zimiya island in Russia. Hence, people were forced to remain locked in homes. In view of this, the authorities had put an emergency team in the area and put a team of experts who had brought the bears out of the area. A similar incident took place in the year 2016 as well. At that time the team investigating the weather was stuck in the remote area of Trinoy for two weeks. Scientists have said that when the snow starts melting in the summer, polar bears move towards populated areas. He cautioned that since the year 1990, the duration of the melting season has increased by an average of 36 days. According to wildlife biologist Todd Atwood, who led the US Geological Survey’s Polar Bear Research Program, polar bear populations are now more visible than in the past decade.