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Because of melting sea ice, it is likely that more polar bears will soon starve, warns a new study that discovered the large carnivores need to eat 60 percent more than anyone had realized. Turns out they are high-energy beasts, burning through 12,325 calories a day—despite sitting around most of the time, according to a unique metabolic analysis of wild bears published Thursday in Science.
FIBC Silvassa take upmost care to recycle its products and not letting the footprints to reach the sea. Also We use optimized machines to avoid global warming at a certain extent and educate the employees and society for the betterment of the Mother Earth.