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              FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2005 file photo, a 4.5 meter (13.5 foot) saltwater crocodile reacts in anger as a boat sails past him on the Adelaide river, 60 kilometers (35 miles) from Darwin

    FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2005 file photo, a 4.5 meter (13.5 foot) saltwater crocodile reacts in anger as a boat sails past him on the Adelaide river, 60 kilometers (35 miles) from Darwin

    Posted: 3/8/2013 4:53:23 AM EST
    FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2005 file photo, a 4.5 meter (13.5 foot) saltwater crocodile reacts in anger as a boat sails past him on the Adelaide river, 60 kilometers (35 miles) from Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory. Elephants, rhinos, sharks and manta rays are among the animals that could be getting more international protection at the triennial meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Polar bears have already lost out, and for animals such as the crocodile the push is actually for fewer restrictions. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith, File)
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              FILE - In this Nov. 17, 2009 file photo, a Siamese crocodile is seen at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center in Phnom Tamao village, Takoe province, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) south o

    FILE - In this Nov. 17, 2009 file photo, a Siamese crocodile is seen at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center in Phnom Tamao village, Takoe province, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) south o

    Posted: 3/8/2013 4:53:23 AM EST
    FILE - In this Nov. 17, 2009 file photo, a Siamese crocodile is seen at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center in Phnom Tamao village, Takoe province, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Elephants, rhinos, sharks and manta rays are among the animals that could be getting more international protection at the triennial meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Polar bears have already lost out, and for animals such as the crocodile the push is actually for fewer restrictions. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith, File )
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              FILE -  In this April 17, 2009 file photo, polar bears, Bill, right, and Lara, react each other at their first meeting at the Zoom Erlebniswelt Zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Elephants,

    FILE - In this April 17, 2009 file photo, polar bears, Bill, right, and Lara, react each other at their first meeting at the Zoom Erlebniswelt Zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Elephants,

    Posted: 3/8/2013 4:53:22 AM EST
    FILE - In this April 17, 2009 file photo, polar bears, Bill, right, and Lara, react each other at their first meeting at the Zoom Erlebniswelt Zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Elephants, rhinos, sharks and manta rays are among the animals that could be getting more international protection at the triennial meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Polar bears have already lost out, and for animals such as the crocodile the push is actually for fewer restrictions. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
  •  - Polar bears playfully fight at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien

    Polar bears playfully fight at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien

    Posted: 3/5/2013 1:12:47 PM EST
    Polar bears playfully fight at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger
  •  - Polar bears Uslada and Menshikov walk in their enclosure at a Zoo in St.Petersburg

    Polar bears Uslada and Menshikov walk in their enclosure at a Zoo in St.Petersburg

    Posted: 3/1/2013 12:20:38 PM EST
    Polar bears Uslada (R) and Menshikov walk in their enclosure at a Zoo in St.Petersburg February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
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              Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protestin

    Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protestin

    Posted: 9/5/2012 5:43:23 AM EST
    Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protesting against Gazprom's plans to pioneer oil drilling in the Arctic. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze)
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              Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protestin

    Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protestin

    Posted: 9/5/2012 5:43:23 AM EST
    Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Russian and international environmentalists are protesting against Gazprom's plans to pioneer oil drilling in the Arctic. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze)
  •  - Handout photo of Polar bears south of Churchill

    Handout photo of Polar bears south of Churchill

    Posted: 8/17/2012 3:59:13 PM EST
    Polar bears are seen south of Churchill, Manitoba, in this undated handout photo. REUTERS/2012 Daniel J. Cox/NaturalExposures.com/adp/Handout
  •  - Polar bear Yupi walks in her enclosure at a zoo in Morelia

    Polar bear Yupi walks in her enclosure at a zoo in Morelia

    Posted: 2/29/2012 10:37:46 PM EST
    Polar bear Yupi walks in her enclosure at a zoo in Morelia February 29, 2012. Mexican environmentalist groups have urged Yupi's relocation, citing the unsuitability of Morelia's climate to polar bears and the small size of the enclosure for an animal used to big open spaces. Animal welfare organizations in the U.S. and Canada have also have pushed for Yupi's relocation after zoos in Ontario and Detroit agreed to receive the polar bear, according to local media. REUTERS/Leovigildo Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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    Posted: 2/6/2012 7:50:52 AM EST
    This video still provided by the Coca-Cola Co. and Wieden + Kennedy, shows the polar bears advertisement the "Catch," that will be aired during Super Bowl XLVI, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Coca-Cola Co.)
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    Posted: 12/2/2011 5:40:45 PM EST
    This undated image provided by Coca-Cola Co. shows the company's limited-edition red can. The company is bringing back its red cans after the limited-edition white can drew complains from some Coke drinkers. The world?s largest beverage maker announced in October that it was turning its iconic red cans white as part of a campaign to protect polar bears and their habitats. The white cans featured a family of polar bears and the company name in red. It was the first time Coca-Cola had changed the color of its cans on Coke away from red. (AP Photo/Coca Cola Co., Rodger Macuch)
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    Posted: 12/2/2011 5:40:45 PM EST
    This undated image provided by Coca-Cola Co. shows the company's limited-edition white can, left, and red can, right. The company is bringing back its red cans after the limited-edition white can drew complains from some Coke drinkers. The world?s largest beverage maker announced in October that it was turning its iconic red cans white as part of a campaign to protect polar bears and their habitats. The white cans featured a family of polar bears and the company name in red. It was the first time Coca-Cola had changed the color of its cans on Coke away from red. (AP Photo/Coca Cola Co., Rodger Macuch)