John Platt

Scientific American magazine

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Blogger with Scientific American, he writes the Extinction Countdown

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Among the most conspicuous victims of climate change are polar bears. Now, a disturbing photograph of a polar bear has gone viral.

Viral Photo of Polar Bear Captures the Story of Climate Change

Among the most conspicuous victims of climate change are polar bears. Now, a disturbing photograph of a polar bear has gone viral.

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