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Gabriel Esteban Calles Kolodin - ENV science children's book

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Published by Thelma Blandon, 2019-12-11 10:34:08

James the Lonely Polar Bear

Gabriel Esteban Calles Kolodin - ENV science children's book

It was early morning when the sun first came out, and that how James knew, it was time for breakfast!
He got up out of bed and ran down the hallways right into the kitchen

“What for breakfast mom?” James said excitedly

“We have seal bites or seal crunch, which do you prefer?” Sais james’ mother

“I'll have the seal bites.”

This was James’ morning ritual. Get up, have breakfast, and go hunting with his dad to find food for
the family. James had lived in the North Pole with his brother, his sister and his mom and dad. They
had been living in the North Pole their entire life, and their life was as basic as any. They would only
eat 1 thing, Seals. Seals are their primary source of food. James’ family wasn't the only family that
lived in the North Pole. There were thousands of other polar bear families roaming the North Pole.
Although, these polar bears have white fur that is extremely soft, they had originally came from dark
brown fur bears, and evolved into the beautiful white fur species they are today.

James was an expert hunter, following the steps of his father. They both
went every day down to the old ice clif to go hunting. Usually around
noon was the best time to go, it was when the seals were tired and slow
after lunch. Seals love to eat squid, different types of fish and especially
shrimp. After the seals would eat, their big tummies would go so full that
they can't swim fast enough when James and his father arrive.

Although they had been doing this daily routine their entire lives, both
James and his father started to realize a difference in their routine. As the
years passed by, they both realized that the landscape was changing, less
polar bears were cruising around and less seals were at the old ice cliff.
Another big difference that they realised was that it was getting hotter, and
nobody knew why.

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