Why the hottest hot spots in Alaska’s northern part are burning

The hottest hot spot in Alaska is an island in the middle of the Arctic Ocean that was once home to some of the world’s largest polar bears.

The island, known as Kaysi, is the only inhabited island in an area of land stretching from the North Pole to the South Pole, and it has become home to more than 1,200 bears.

It’s also home to the largest number of grizzlies in the world.

The bears are now living in a dense thicket of dense forest, with a thick, thick layer of dense ice covering their territory.

That thick ice also prevents them from reaching out to feed on the nearby walrus herds, which they rely on for food.

The only other large bear population on the island is about 100 animals, and they’ve all been moved out by the local residents, according to Alaska Wildlife.

But Kaysitig Island has seen its population explode since the last ice age.

There are now 1,300 bears living on the mountain, which is only a few square miles in area.

The bears have also had to adapt to an entirely different landscape and have to travel thousands of miles to find food.

Kaysi Island, located about 70 miles north of Anchorage, is known for its grizzly bears, which live in the high-altitude forest, and there are at least 1,000 bears on the land, according a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

But for the bears, Kaysits ice-free territory is only temporary, as it’s only going to last a few months.

As long as the ice continues to melt, the bears will eventually move to the north and start moving north again.

And once the ice melts, there will be no more bears on Kaysis mountain.

The area has been called a “tidal belt” due to the fact that it is home to a lot of fresh water and the occasional river.

The Arctic has seen an incredible amount of change over the past century, and many people think it’s a great place to live in because of the fresh water that comes with the melting of the ice.

But the reality is that Kaysiyas ice-covered territory is actually only temporary and will disappear after the ice has melted.

The ice will slowly melt, and the bears in the area will move on, said Scott Clements, the polar-research scientist who co-authored the study.

And then, once the area has disappeared, it will revert back to a more open, flat land, which means it will be much harder for the polar bears to get their food, which would mean fewer bears would survive the winter.

There are other things that are changing on Kanesi, Clements told TechRadars.

It has become an island, and people are starting to move there because of new roads.

It also has changed from being an island to an ice-filled swamp.

And now there is a river that is flowing into the area and has become a large lake, which has created problems with the polar bear population there, said Clements.

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says it is working with the Alaska Wildlife Department to monitor the ice-bound Kaysitu Islands to make sure that no bears are left on the ice, according the Alaska Dispatch News.