WASHINGTON (CN) – Polar bears searching for new habitat as their ice flows melt should look both ways before crossing any roads, because the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided that any incidental take of polar bears resulting from activities outside the bears’ current range is allowed under the Endangered Species Act.
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