Kermode Bears' population is rapidly going down and we NEED to help them. In February of 2015 there were about 400 Kermode Bears left in the wild. Kermode Bears are formed when two black Bears with the same rare double genetic gene mate.
Killing Kermode Bears out of the British Columbian wilderness is already illegal yet people still do it. To save the Kermode Bears we can raise awareness about them because it was scientifically proven that about 4 percent of people had ever heard about Kermode Bears in 2015.