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  • In Isolation With Polar Bears Polar Bear Documentary | Real Wild

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    The polar bear is the biggest land predator. Imagine being marooned on an Arctic island, with the highest density of polar bears anywhere on the planet. Two men are willing to do just that. This is a tale of survival against the odds.

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  • Wild Polar Bear - Predator of Arctic Ocean | Ice Bears

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    The polar bear is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses.

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    The Polar Bear is the largest carnivorous mammal on land and must hunt regularly to ensure that it is well-fed and maintains its insulating layer of fat to keep it warm. The skins and blubber of Ringed Seals make up the bulk of the Polar Bears' diet as they often leave the remaining meat which provides an important sources of food for other animals such as Arctic Foxes. Although Seals are their primary source of food Polar Bears also eat birds berries fish and Reindeer (particularly during the trickier summer months) along with the occasional Walrus. The carcasses from large marine mammals including Seals Walruses and even Whales also provide a regular food source for Polar Bears that are said to have such a good sense of smell that they are able to sniff them out from a considerable distance away. Polar Bears are also known to break into underground Seal dens to hunt the pups inside them

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  • Living with Polar Bears - The Secrets of Nature

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    Living With Polar Bears offers awe-inspiring stories from Arctic photographers, park rangers and residents. These tales culminate to paint a vivid portrait of how Man and the ice bear are learning to survive and thrive harmoniously in a changing environment. Some encounters are inspirational. Others are outright frightening. Sonny Voyce knows the power of polar bears. A giant bear tracked him down and clamped its jaw around his head. John Bykerk almost met the same fate. A hungry bear became trapped in the back of his garbage truck. They’re just some of the frightening encounters featured in Living With Polar Bears.

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    The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is a large bear, approximately the same size as the omnivorous Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi). A boar (adult male) weighs around 350–700 kg (772–1,543 lb), while a sow (adult female) is about half that size. Although it is the sister species of the brown bear, it has evolved to occupy a narrower ecological niche, with many body characteristics adapted for cold temperatures, for moving across snow, ice, and open water, and for hunting seals, which make up most of its diet. Although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time on the sea ice. Their scientific name means maritime bear, and derives from this fact. Polar bears hunt their preferred food of seals from the edge of sea ice, often living off fat reserves when no sea ice is present. Because of their dependence on the sea ice, polar bears are classified as marine mammals.

    Because of expected habitat loss caused by climate change, the polar bear is classified as a vulnerable species, and at least three of the nineteen polar bear subpopulations are currently in decline. For decades, large-scale hunting raised international concern for the future of the species, but populations rebounded after controls and quotas began to take effect. For thousands of years, the polar bear has been a key figure in the material, spiritual, and cultural life of circumpolar peoples, and polar bears remain important in their cultures.

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  • Wild Polar Bear Tries To Break In | BBC Earth

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    Gordon Buchanan comes face to face with a huge wild polar bear who is keen to get to what smells like a tasty meal.
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    Polar bears are one of the most iconic animals on earth, and yet we know so little about them. Apart from fleeting glimpses, scientists and filmmakers have never been able to follow individuals to tell their story and record details of their family life. Now, taking what he has learnt while making the absorbing series The Bear Family and Me, wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan embarks on a new, ambitious and dangerous mission - to gain the trust of a family of polar bears and, using this unique opportunity, observe the life of these enigmatic animals as never before, over the course of a year.

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  • The Life of a Baby Polar Bear - Ep. 4 | Wildlife: The Big Freeze

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    In this episode we witness one of the Arctic’s most magical moments. With the help of a one-of-a-kind local tracker, we find a female polar bear fresh out of her winter den with her tiny new cub. We see ultimate cuteness as the cub explores the world outside for the first time. Their irresistible interactions distract from the fact that the mother bear is actually making an impossible decision. The mother has spent the last eight months starving, so she is eager to rush to the ocean where she can hunt. But to reach the seal feast means a 40-mile trek. Does she wait to allow the cub to gain strength for the long trek, or does she head out to sea to make sure her milk doesn’t dry up?

    We also follow a young female bear in her first moments of independence, having been kicked out by her mother. She has spent the last two and a half years with her mother preparing for this moment, but she quickly manages to get herself into trouble. Will she be able to survive a wolf on the hunt?
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  • Ice Killers - Arctic Cold Predators

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    Ice Killers - Arctic Cold Predators (Nature Wildlife Documentary)

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  • A Trip from Canada to Norway: The wild North | Free Documentary Nature

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    This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years' time.

    Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada's Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds.
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  • Polar bears descend on Alaskan village, causing tourist boom: Part 1

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    Visitors flock to Kaktovik, Alaska, to see the bears, who are wandering into town because experts say the sea ice they need is disappearing.

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  • Living With Polar Bears in the Arctic - BBC Planet Earth Diaries

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    Two cameramen out on the frozen landscape of the Arctic have a terrifyingly close encounter with a male polar bear in this dramatic video from BBC natural history show, Planet Earth.


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  • A Trip from Canada to Norway: The wild North

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    This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years' time.
    Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada's Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds

  • On Thin Ice - The Secrets of Nature

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    With predictions of polar bears being extinct in 50 years, On Thin Ice follows bears as they emerge from their dens and navigate their rapidly changing environment. On Thin Ice shows how the frozen expanses of the Arctic are shrinking at an unprecedented rate, with the very survival of the polar bear literally on thin ice.

    Over the last year, producer/presenter Greg Grainger has mounted a series of expeditions across the Arctic to document the plight of the polar bear.

    * Researcher Nick Lunn tranquillises polar bears from his helicopter, cataloguing the diminishing health of the Western Hudson Bay bear population and finding the remains of a bear thought to have died from starvation.

    * Close and wild encounters with rangers from the Polar Bear Alert team as they chase bears out of the township of Churchill, built in the middle of the bears’ migration route. Follow one family of bears that have to be darted after they attempt to break into a building food for food, while another bold bear becomes trapped inside a garbage truck.

    * Hungry bears and husky dogs fighting one another at an isolated weather station north of Norway.

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    There is no more iconic symbol of strength and adaptation to survival than the polar bear.... an animal so superbly suited to its environment that it thrives in the most hostile corners of the planet – until now.

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  • What happened to this starving polar bear?

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    Paul Nicklen, a photographer and marine biologist, captured video of a starving polar bear on Baffin Island.

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  • Majestic Bears of Alaska & British Columbia | Free Documentary Nature

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    Our film journey begins in Alaska's west. We are hoping to find glacier bears in the glacial regions of the Katmai National Park on the Douglas River. At the end of July, brown bears have now arrived to fish for salmon. In the surrounding forests, grizzlies look for berries and fresh, green twigs. The Katmai is Alaska's most volcanic area, and with 15 active volcanoes it is a veritable powder keg, surrounded by glaciers. In the Hook glacier region moose and lynx accompany us. Bald eagles have arrived at the glacial boundary and begin to tear apart their freshly caught prey. At last, we catch sight of a glacier bear. Hungry, he has left the ice region and has been forced down here in search of food, which he satisfies extensively with fresh shoots and berries.
    Continuing our film trip, we head for Prince Royal Island in British Columbia. En route, we meet with black bears on their way with their young to fish for salmon. The mother bears have to remain alert to protect their young, as we have spotted some New World porcupines too.
    Then, out of the blue, directly in front of us: the Kermode, or spirit bear. He shows no signs of timidity and is only interested in one thing: salmon. Then, a further Kermode appears, enjoying his cranberry dessert, allowing us to approach him, almost too close for comfort. But a black bear arrives on the scene and claims the cranberry bush for itself. After a brief confrontation, the Kermode opts to leave, preferring to focus on salmon fishing. Fascinating footage of this rare species of animal.

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  • 11 Reasons Why You NEVER Want to Encounter a Polar Bear!

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    Want to know the best way to survive a polar bear encounter? — there isn’t one. Behold 11 reasons why you never want to come face to face with a polar bear!

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    11. They’re Massive

    While an adult average female weighs in at about 570 pounds, when pregnant she can reach weights as heavy as 1,100 pounds, and that’s probably due to the fact that she always carries a growing set of twin cubs inside her. The males typically weigh around 1000 pounds with paws that measure approximately 12 inches across, just large enough to help them tread on the super slick ice.

    10. They’re Impressive

    The longest recorded nonstop swim endured by one of these powerful beasts was 426 miles over 9 straight days. To put that into a geographical perspective, that's the same distance between Washington D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts.

    9. You Won’t Have to Fear Them Forever

    If the world continues on its path, we won’t have to fear the polar bear much longer. And it’s not just because their average lifespan in the wild ranges from about 15 to 18 years; rather, they are depleting at an unfortunate rate. Data everywhere designates that polar bears as a species are in jeopardy, whether it be from marine pollution to climate change.

    8. They Eat Everything

    While their preferred menu item is a blubbery seal, in reality, a polar bear will gobble up anything that crosses its path, such as birds, beluga whales, walruses, and oxen. Since polar bears spend 50% of their time hunting for food, they tend to only catch one out of the ten seals they hunt.

    7. They Have a Deadly Sense of Smell

    Their nose is a powerhouse, for a polar bear can smell human flesh from miles away. Despite the animal’s brute force and hefty size, it’s been known to be a very agile predator on land in the sea.

    6. They’re Threatening

    If a polar bear has been forced out of its natural habitat and onto land, outside of their accustomed hunting grounds, they’re very likely confused, panicked, starving and utterly desperate. It’s safe to say that a human encounter when these creatures are in such a pathetic state will most definitely end in human bloodshed.



    5. Tour Companies Are Part of the Problem

    Tour companies may be responsible for more frequent attacks on humans by polar bears. This assumption arises from tour companies who are responsible for exposing people to the bears, as any kind of up-close interaction only serves to lower the bears’ fear of humans. When tour companies offer access to wild animals, they put humans in danger of mother nature’s wild ways.

    4. They Will Most Likely Attack

    When a polar bear is seen snorting and hissing while thrusting its massive head forward, it's a sign of aggression. This is a clear indicator that the bear is most likely ready to attack. When the beast puts its ears back behind it, it’s time to run. As more and more polar bears and humans are starting to share the same living areas, attacks will be more frequent, and more people will die from an encounter with the world’s largest bear.

    3. They Seem More Aggressive Lately

    With more deaths of humans by polar bear, studies would indicate that the aggression of these predators towards people is increasing. This isn’t really the case, it just so happens that humans happen to be encountering them up close more and more, due in part to their natural habitats depleting rapidly.

    2. They’re Ruthless

    They're not a leading threat to mankind in any way, with less than 20 people killed in the last twenty years in Canada. In 2018, a young man was killed in Sentry Island when he put himself between the bear and his two young children.

    1. They are True Apex Predators

    Polar bears are dangerous because there are skilled apex predators— that means they are at the very top of the food chain. Cute as they are, the polar bear is easily the great white shark of the north. These beasts can far outrun a human and even knock off one's head with a swift swing of its massive pawed fist. The largest land carnivore on the planet, a polar bear's attitude stems from the fact that their inhospitable environment makes it so that food is scarce and very hard to get. An animal that tops the food chain has very little to fear, and they will ravage any available food source they come across— especially adults, children, and domestic animals.

  • Polar Bear Mom and Cubs | National Geographic

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    When they're not playing, polar bear cubs learn under the watchful eye of their mother.
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  • Polar bears and woolly mammoths - Wild New World - BBC Planet

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    Scientists believe that polar bears and wooly mammoths lived side by side 4 thousand years ago. Interesting video from BBC natural history show Wild New World.


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  • Kermode: The salmon fishing spirit bear

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    Our film journey begins in Alaska's west. We are hoping to find glacier bears in the glacial regions of the Katmai National Park on the Douglas River. At the end of July, brown bears have now arrived to fish for salmon. In the surrounding forests, grizzlies look for berries and fresh, green twigs. The Katmai is Alaska's most volcanic area, and with 15 active volcanoes it is a veritable powder keg, surrounded by glaciers. In the Hook glacier region moose and lynx accompany us. Bald eagles have arrived at the glacial boundary and begin to tear apart their freshly caught prey. At last, we catch sight of a glacier bear. Hungry, he has left the ice region and has been forced down here in search of food, which he satisfies extensively with fresh shoots and berries.
    Continuing our film trip, we head for Prince Royal Island in British Columbia. En route, we meet with black bears on their way with their young to fish for salmon. The mother bears have to remain alert to protect their young, as we have spotted some New World porcupines too.
    Then, out of the blue, directly in front of us: the Kermode, or spirit bear. He shows no signs of timidity and is only interested in one thing: salmon. Then, a further Kermode appears, enjoying his cranberry dessert, allowing us to approach him, almost too close for comfort. But a black bear arrives on the scene and claims the cranberry bush for itself. After a brief confrontation, the Kermode opts to leave, preferring to focus on salmon fishing. Fascinating footage of this rare species of animal.

  • A Grizzly Paradise Grizzly Bear Documentary | Real Wild

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    In this documentary, the film crew follow a mother and her cubs in their first year of life.

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  • A Cameramans Wild Encounter With Bears in Alaska | Short Film Showcase

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    Explore Alaska’s wild side with filmmaker Ben Hamilton as he ventures into the largest national forest in the United States. Traversing land, air, and water, Hamilton journeys deep into Alaska’s great frontier and uncovers the raw beauty of the Tongass National Forest.
    In this excerpt from his full-length documentary The Meaning of Wild, Hamilton spotlights the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act with stunning footage of this preserved paradise and its thriving population of bears. According to Hamilton's guide, wilderness ranger Don MacDougall, “It’s one of the highest densities anywhere in the world, a 1,600-square-mile island and somewhere between 1 and 1.2 bears per square mile.” Together, MacDougall and Hamilton reveal the beautifully connected wild ecosystem in one of the nation's wild treasures.
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  • Heart-Wrenching Video: Starving Polar Bear on Iceless Land | National Geographic

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    This is what climate change looks like. This starving polar bear was spotted by National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen on Somerset Island.
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    As temperatures rise, and sea ice melts, polar bears lose access to the main staple of their diet—seals. Starving, and running out of energy, they are forced to wander into human settlements for any source of food. Feeding polar bears is illegal. Without finding another source of food, this bear likely only had a few more hours to live.

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  • Grizzly River - Grizzly Bears Nature Documentary

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    Grizzly River - Grizzly Bears Nature Documentary

    Fascinating and beautiful documentary on the lives of Grizzly Bears in their river habitat throughout the year. From stalking prey, fishing for salmon, and the role of Alpha Males.

    The grizzly bear is any North American subspecies of the brown bear, such as the mainland grizzly (U. a. horribilis), the Kodiak (U. a. middendorffi), the peninsular grizzly (U. a. gyas) and the recently extinct California grizzly (U. a. californicus). Specialists sometimes call the grizzly the North American brown bear because the grizzly and the brown bear are one species on two continents. In some places, some may nickname the grizzly the silvertip for the silvery, grizzly sheen in its fur.
    Since the mainland grizzly is so widespread, it is representative and archetypal for the whole subspecific group. Even so, classification is being revised along genetic lines. Its closest relatives are the European cave bear and the polar bear.

    Except for females with cubs, grizzlies are normally solitary, active animals, but in coastal areas, grizzlies gather around streams, lakes, rivers, and ponds during the salmon spawn. Every other year, females (sows) produce one to four young (usually two) which are small and weigh only about 500 grams (1 lb). A sow is protective of her offspring and will attack if she thinks she or her cubs are threatened.

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  • The Dangers of Bears in Alaska | The Last Alaskans

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    Heimo and Edna Korth share their winter wilderness tactics. They recount a terrifying encounter with a winter grizzly bear who killed one of their dearest companions.

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  • Polar bears are filming their own struggle to survive

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    Polar bears in northern Alaska are dying at alarming rates, largely due to the effects of climate change. Scientists put video cameras on them to learn more.

    They learned that polar bears aren't only having trouble hunting when the ice disappears. They're even finding it difficult to catch food when the ice is totally intact.

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  • Russian Arctic town struggles with polar bear occupation

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    People in Russia's eastern Arctic are scrambling to come up with a plan to take back their community after it was overrun by dozens of polar bears. There are so many bears — as many as 52 according to officials — that Russian TV says locals are calling it an occupation.

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  • Up close with Polar Bear | नज़दीकी झलक: ध्रुवीय भालू | Joel Lambert | Animal Planet India

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    The Arctic is the only place where 3000 polar bears outnumber the human residents. Joel Lambert is set to enter the territory of one of the largest land predators. He uses his pod as a research station to study the behavior and hunting techniques of the polar bears. These bears hunt, eat and evacuate before any enemy spots them.
    Watch amazing animal stories on Animal Planet India channel.

    आर्कटिक एकमात्र स्थान है जहां 3000 ध्रुवीय भालू मानव रहवासियों को अधिक मात्र में पाए जाते हैं। जोएल लैंबर्ट धरती के सबसे बड़े शिकारियों में से एक के क्षेत्र में प्रवेश करने के लिए तैयार हैं। वह ध्रुवीय भालू के व्यवहार और शिकार तकनीकों का अध्ययन करने के लिए एक शोध केंद्र के रूप में पोड का उपयोग करता है। यह भालू शिकार करते हैं, खाते हैं और निकल पड़ते हैं इससे पहले की कोई और शिकारी उन्हें देख न ले।
    एनिमल प्लैनेट इंडिया चैनल पर अद्भुत जानवरों की कहानियाँ देखें।

  • SUPER KILLER POLAR BEAR FULL HD Documentary Films on Amazing Animals TV MosCatalogue net

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  • 2017 Arctic Documentary HD - Russia Documentary Wild Russia EP04 Arctic

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    We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesn't. Some of the documentaries are made just to discredit some particular person, party, organization, system etc, but most of them here on TDF are non biased, without prejudice and worth watching.

  • Why the Predator wouldnt be able to see a Polar Bear || Amazing fact !

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    Amazing new fact about polar bears that they are infrared invisible. They are not captured under infrared sensors and cameras. Scientific research explored this in 1990s, the stealth mode of polar bears. bbc discovery.

  • Weak Arctic ice sees polar bears descend on Russian village | AFP

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    More than 50 polar bears have gathered on the edge of a village in Russia's far north, environmentalists and residents say, as weak Arctic ice leaves them unable to roam. The Russian branch of the World Wildlife Fund said climate change was to blame, as unusually warm temperatures prevented coastal ice from forming.

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  • Inuit community calls for change in polar bear protection measures

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    The town of Arviat, Nunavut, is perched on the western shore of Hudson Bay. Bear patrols are one of the measures used to keep residents safe from hungry, roving polar bears in the remote community. But deadly attacks have occurred. The community blames polar bear protection measures and says they need to change because they put the polar population ahead of human safety.

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  • Evas Polar Bear Documentary

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  • Polar Bears honored on Memorial Day

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    A special ceremony was honored to remember American soldiers who fought Bolsheviks as the Polar Bears during World War I.

  • The Polar Bears of Kaktovik.

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    September 2019 we took a journey to the far north of Alaska to see the Polar Bears.

    This video gives a brief look at the journey to get there, followed by some beautiful video and photos of the bears in action.

    Equipment used include :

    Nikon D850
    Nikon 200-500mm
    Nikon 20-70mm
    Canon G7X

  • Bear Documentary In Hindi Wild Life

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  • Bản sao của Polar Bears Documentary English HD

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  • National Geographic | Giant Prehistoric Bear | New Documentary HD 2018

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    National Geographic | Giant Prehistoric Bear | New Documentary HD 2018

    Today, man is the dominant predator on the planet. Yet we have occupied this position for a relatively short period of time—the earliest known man, Homo habilis, first appeared around 2.3 million years ago. Although we dominate the animals of today, many of these animals have extinct relatives that were a lot larger and more vicious than what we’re familiar with. These animal ancestors look like creatures straight out of our worst nightmares. The frightening aspect is that if mankind vanishes—or merely loses its dominance—these creatures, or something like them, could potentially return again to existence.

    Bears are some of the largest mammals on Earth, with the polar bear even holding the title for the largest of all carnivores on land. Arctodus—also known as the short-faced bear—lived in North America during the Pleistocene. The short-faced bear weighed about one ton (900kg), and when standing on its hind legs it reached a height of fifteen feet (4.6m), making the short-faced bear the largest mammalian predator that ever existed. Although the short-faced bear was a very large carnivore, archeologists have discovered that it was actually a scavenger. Being a scavenger, however, was not at all a bad thing—especially when you’re fighting saber-tooth cats and wolves for a meal. Like many other large animals of the Pleistocene, the short-faced bear lost much of its food source with the arrival of humans.

  • Polar Bear vs Walrus - Wild Animals Attack

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