[VIDEO] tens of polar bears terrify a Russian city and it is the state of emergency

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Residents of a small Russian town are facing a curious problem.

At least 52 polar bears have been spotted in the streets of Belushya Guba since December.

The animals move in groups of three to six and try to get into various buildings, in search of food.

 

Some of the residents were slightly injured in attempting to escape the beasts, but the polar bears would not be aggressive in addition to measurement.

 

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A state of emergency was declared in the small town of less than 3000 inhabitants. All moves must now be made by car, no matter the distance.

Fences have also been erected around schools and some office buildings.

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The army patrol in the districts of the city and attempts to remove the beast by firing gunshots in the air and with the noise of a car horn. Given that polar bears are an endangered species, it is of course illegal to kill them.

The global warming seems to be the main cause of this invasion.

The thinning of the sea ice has deprived the polar bear of their favourite hunting grounds. They are now moving to the north, where the ice is more solid, and stop on the way when they find food.

 

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