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I DON''T WANT TO DANCE. / Global warming

I DON''T WANT TO DANCE.

The global alpine glaciers and polar glacial ice sheets have caused large-scale melting and increased sea level due to the progress of human civilization, which has led to the emission of a large number of greenhouse gases. Many island countries have faced shrinking land and compressed human living space. The threat also severely affects polar bears who must rely on ice floes to live and hunt.
I DON'T WANT TO DANCE. Through the voice of the polar bear, the plight of standing on the tiny ice floe is presented, and the selfishness of human beings not only affects itself, but also harms many animals unintentionally.

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National Yunlin University of Scie

National Yunlin University of Scie
Douliu City, Taiwan

Jing-Yi DING,
National Yunlin University of Scie