New science, from Leigh Scott at Big Hollywood: “This place is crowded. I already pointed out how animals emit CO2. In fact, the average polar bear emits about 365 k/g per year of CO2. Polar bears can live up to 30 years, and right now there are about 25,000 polar bears on the planet. That means polar bears emit 250 million k/g of CO2!!! The U.N. says that with current global warming trends we could lose 2/3 of the polar bear population by 2050. I say that’s not soon enough! These bears are causing hurricanes, melting the polar ice caps, and threatening to put Florida under six feet of water by the end of the next decade. They must be stopped. Killing every polar bear would be the equivalent of taking 80,000 cars off the road.”
Imagine how much CO2 baby seals will produce if left to live.