Conservationist Ole Liodden is telling the world if trophy hunting is not banned, polar bears will become extinct.

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Conservationist Ole Liodden is telling the world if trophy hunting is not banned, polar bears will become extinct.

Canada’s arctic region still allows trophy hunting of polar bears and Ole is calling for it to be banned straight away.

They get killed off for their skins that have a value of up to 250.000 GBP on the fur markets.

His 4 year studies have revealed that hunters target the stronger males, this causes only the weaker gene males to survive which prevents breeding possibilities.

More than 50,000 polar bears have been killed since 1960 – twice as many as today’s remaining population.

Liodden warns the world that if this continues allowing trophy hunters to slay the bears for fun as well as the climate changes taking place to which the bears also suffer then the end is neigh for the endangered species.

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