According to Fishupdate.com:
“Fish merchants on the Humber may be throwing up their hands in frustration at the worrying decline in fish supplies from Iceland since the beginning of the year. But the underlying cause is something they would never have guessed at – a massive deep freeze around the west coast of the country.
While the rest of the world shudders at the prospect of global warming and all that it threatens to bring in the form of floods and soaring temperatures, Iceland has been bucking the trend – and it is having a dramatic effect on fishing activity around the island.
Thick packs of ice, which have not been seen for almost 40 years, have been moving into the western fjords across some of the best fishing grounds, followed by bitter winds and plummeting temperatures…
And it goes on to report that ice drifting in from Greenland has been carrying dozens of polar bears.
And Ann Novak sent me a link to a picture of a stranded bear, click here:http://www.bt.no/miljo/article337253.ece