September 30th, 2008 07:48 EST
Save Arctic Wolves from Starvation: Changing Temperatures
In the face of global warming, the Arctic Wolf is forced to do what it can to stay alive.
With changing temperatures, the wolves are forced to travel outside of their home grounds to hunt food, and also to hunt animals that are much bigger and more challenging.
They need help. Urge your Senators to support the Global Warming Wildlife Survival Act today!
Wolves are also forced to hunt in areas where there is pack ice, where their paws get torn up by the shards of ice.
The arctic wolf is just one of the many animals that we have a responsibility to protect from the human-caused effects of global warming. Hundreds of plants and animals, from grizzly bears to coral reefs, are already declining as a result.
But the Global Warming Wildlife Survival Act (S.2204) complements efforts now underway in Congress to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Please speak out in support the Global Warming Wildlife Survival Act. >>
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