I greet you, my child. I require sustinance to bear milk to you.
I will surely help you in this endeavor, dear mother.
Ah, yes, my dear child . I see such an organism as well. I salivate at the prospect of eating it.
Oh shucks, and whoopidydoo! I better run. I mean- swim, haha! I seem to be quite the epitome of humor!
Ahoy! Mother! I spot a seal. Surely, this will provide the sustinance that you need, dear mother!
Oh, how this tragedy moves me! I am almost inclined to sacrifice myself, but according to the WWF as well, my population isn't doing very well either. Less than 400 of my species are left in Finland. Go check for yourself at https://www.worldwildlife.org/magazine/issues/summer-2018/articles/manmade-snowbanks-give-ringed-seals-a-chance.
But we must be glad about this news that the human brings, my kin. Less polar bears means less predators for us!
Go on quickly then, through the strife of this ice, before they become waters. The World Wildlife Fund says that three of your species are declining as of 2014 from melting ice, making ringed seals inaccessible to you. Oh, horror of horrors, do as I say, and leave no doubt in your mind that you may die! Go on https://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/polar-bears-and-climate-change to see for yourself.