Perhaps those poor, poor polar bears stranded without ice to walk on can cross the sea on the backs of the over 200 whales trapped in the Canadian Arctic by winter ice.
At least 200 narwhal whales in Canada's Arctic, trapped by winter ice that is setting in around them and facing starvation or suffocation, must be culled, officials said Friday.
Hunters from the village of Pond Inlet on Baffin Island discovered the animals trapped near Bylot Island, about 17 kilometers (10.5 miles) from Pond Inlet, on November 15, and checked on them periodically.
The local hunters are allowed to harvest only 130 whales each year for food, according to standards set by the federal department of Fisheries and Oceans.
But department spokesman Keith Pelley told AFP: "It's unlikely the animals are going to survive the winter, so the hunters have been given authorization to cull them."
Global Warming alarmists love to cherry-pick a micro-climate and build a world spanning calamity from it. This example, though no more valid in terms of global climate prediction than any other micro-climate, must shoot at least a small hole in their "science."