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January 7, 2021 22 min
Tom is joined by Dr. Susan Crockford, a zoologist with more than 40 years experience, including published work on the history of Arctic animals since the end of the last major glacial period. Dr. Crockford explains that the polar bear, the largest land based carnivore (up to 1,400 lbs), is not endangered. This is part 1 of a two-part interview.
Learn more about Dr. Crockford and order her books at:
https://polarbearscience.com
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