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I think there are very highly intelligent animal, highly aware of their surroundings and are going to do what it takes to protect their cups and their families. But we do see evidence of them losing that fight in we find a full skulls of full entire skeletons and vertebra and of younger cubs that didn't make it. Yeah, so. Okay. And Mary, you mentioned, you know, how healthy many polar bears are, how strong they are, but are you worried about changing climate conditions in the future polar bears? You know, what I see, I'm really blessed to say that I rarely see skinny polar bears. It's been many years since I've seen one. And I live really close to the beach, or on the beach of summer long, and if there's a polar bear and somebody posts on social media, we'll go see the distance and it's really been awesome to that's the first thing I look for when I see a polar bear. Is it healthy? Is it skinny? Has it been eating? Menthol is a relief to see big ones rarely ever do I see skinny ones and if I do it would probably be in the summer when they're swimming too far. When currents change in the ice goes in a different direction or dumps them somewhere. I've been really blessed to not see a lot of skinny polar bears. I see a lot of the commercials are promoting donate to this save the polar bears. We don't see those people around here saving polar bears. We don't really see a lot of skinny polar bears, but Allison is right. These bears are adapting. There is less ocean eyes. We see that during spring whaling and Hermann can talk about that too. But yeah, there's our adapting. Well, it's good news. Good to hear for sure. And we got to wrap up the show here in just a few moments. But Herman just a quick question about how far south do you do polar bear lived? Do you know that information? I don't know if they live there, but I've heard one being caught in which is about 70 miles inland. 70 million. Sometimes when they get lost. Okay. Well, folks, that is all the time we have for show day I want to thank our guests for what's been a really fascinating conversation about polar bears in New York. Join us next week for another lineup of discussions about indigenous issues and topics. Our executive producer is art Hughes. Our producers are Andy Murphy and soul traverso. Merino Spencer is the engineer. Show McFarland is the digital producer, Noah Dave's Moses, is the distribution director. Bob Peterson is the network manager for native voice one. Clifton Chadwick is our national underwriting sales director. Antonia Gonzalez is the anchor for national native news, Charles saver is our chief operations officer. The president and CEO of colonic broadcast corporation is Jacqueline seli. As if weekend, I'm Sean spruce. As people seek to know diverse cultures, tribal museums and cultural centers grow more popular, so the institute of American Indian arts who support this show now provides a master of fine arts in cultural administration, focused on social equity and support of cultural community growth this program combines administrative tools and techniques with socially engaged leadership, blending institutional skills and community outreach programming. Deadline to apply is February 15th at dot EDU slash MFA CA. Are you a Native American healthcare provider, recovery counselor, social worker, domestic and sexual abuse advocate or traditional healer working in Native American communities, doctor ruby Gibson, will begin a 6 month advanced immersion in healing historical trauma. This online masterclass looks through the lens of a 7 generational recovery approach to provide powerful proven modalities and is offered tuition free to tribal members. Registration deadline is march 24th, 2023, info at freedom lodge dot org, who support this show. Native America calling is produced in the annenberg national native voice studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by chronic broadcast corporation, a native nonprofit media organization. Funding is provided by the corporation for public broadcasting, with support from the public radio satellite service. Music is by Brent Michael Davis. Native voice one, the Native American radio network

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