My interest in science began around 12 years old when I was consumed with the question "why?". Since I was so inquisitive what generally answered the questions I asked was science. What started to pique my interest even more was curiosity of the human body and how it functions. Now I'm a Senior undergraduate Biology major at Georgia Southern University, whom, in my free time plays video games (super smash bros.!) with my friends, watches the Big Bang Theory and One Piece, and sleeps. While I was a transient student at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa I enrolled in a Marine Mammal Biology class. This class expanded my view on marine mammals; polar bears were particularly interesting to me. After reading about polar bears online a bit I was posed with a striking question: why have polar bear populations have been depleting and what is causing mother polar bears to eat their pups?. I soon found out from different studies that the Hudson Bay polar bear was impacted in particular. Now I am devising an experiment with my colleagues to determine if the average size of Hudson Bay polar bear cubs is different compared to the average size of cubs ten years ago.