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Polar bears are spotted often in Churchill, Canada, but this year, government officials say they saw more than twice as many bears in town compared to 2022. Geoff York with Polar Bears International says a lack of sea ice due to climate change is the problem. NBC News’ Anne Thompson takes us there for a closer look at the situation.