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  • Hungry Polar Bear Ambushes Seal | The Hunt | BBC Earth

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    We track a hungry but determined Polar Bear as it seeks to ambush a plump Seal. With the odds stacked against it, this scrawny looking Bear will need to pull off an amazing manoeuvre if it's to get a well earned meal.

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  • Film Crew Surrounded by 13 Wild Polar Bears | BBC Earth

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    Gordon Buchanan and his crew find themselves surrounded by thirteen cute but incredibly dangerous polar bears: cubs and their deadly mothers.
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    Polar Bear Family and Me
    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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  • Hungry Large Male Polar Bear Attempts To Prey On Camera Crew | BBC Earth

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    A confident polar bear isn't even scared of the film crew's scooters and machines.
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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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  • Hungry Mother Polar Bear and Cub Stalk the Film Crew | BBC Earth

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    Gordon Buchanan wants to get a close shot of a polar bear and its cub, but there are signs it might be dangerous.
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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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  • Mother Polar Bear, Desperate for Food, Tests Walrus | National Geographic

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    A thin mother polar bear roaming with her critically hungry cub inspects a resting walrus, on the chance that it's sick or dead, but it's quite capable of defending itself.
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    Travis Wilkinson and his family were on a sailing trip in Norway's Svalbard archipelago, far north of the Arctic Circle. In late July, 2015, they were traveling through Hinlopen Strait, west of the largest island, Spitsbergen—an impossible route some summers, when pack ice blocks passage. But that summer, ice was especially sparse, making hunting harder for polar bears. These apex predators favor waiting at the sea ice’s edge, striking seals as they approach. A few days earlier, the Wilkinson family had been farther north, near the ice. There, bears looked healthy. But the scene just after midnight on July 23 was desperate. Mother and cub were struggling, skin hanging loose. According to Jon Aars, of the Norwegian Polar Institute, the cub, seven or eight months old, was likely to die if its mother didn’t eat soon. She probably wasn’t lactating. Wilkinson saw the bear sniff the air, picking up something of interest. This thin female couldn’t attack a healthy, full-grown walrus. A carcass would solve their problem. If the walrus were weak or sick, predation might be an option. But that walrus was alive and well. The situation was unworkable. The search for food went on.

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  • Polar Bears Feast On Dead Whale | Wild Alaska | BBC Earth

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    These polar bears need the sea to freeze completely, so they have a solid platform from which to hunt seals and right now they're hungry. Taken from Wild Alaska. Subscribe:

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  • Polar Bear vs Walrus colony | BBC Planet Earth | BBC Studios

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    Watch the awesome fight for survival as a grown male polar bear takes on a walrus colony at the edge of the Arctic circle.

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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.

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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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    A huddle of penguins is formed to protect each other from the cold - but young chicks can end up crushed or frozen.
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    Penguins: Spy In The Huddle
    Discover what it really means to be a penguin as the latest spy cameras give us a whole new perspective on the behaviour and extreme survival tactics of these incredible and hugely charismatic birds. Following the success of Polar Bear - Spy on the Ice, the spy cams move to the next level with Penguincam, a range of super-realistic animatronic cameras disguised as penguins, chicks and eggs. Travelling to the freezing Antarctic to focus on the emperor penguins, and interspersing their stories with the very different experiences of the desert-based Humbolt in South America and the Falklands Islands-based rock-hopper, Penguin - Spy in the Huddle gives the inside track on all the drama and challenges they face throughout the year, as well as capturing plenty of comedy moments! The amazing technical wizardry of the penguincams allows them to blend into the penguin colonies, allowing a closer view of the creatures than ever before as they immerse themselves in the penguin world, both on land and at sea, where the camera's disguise leads to some surprising encounters - one penguin even falls in love with rockhoppercam!

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  • Very funny - Polar Bear wrecks Spy Cameras! - Polar Bear Spy on the Ice

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    Inquisitive polar bear plays and smashes spy camera. Clip from the programme Polar Bear - Spy on the Ice

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  • I, Predator: Polar Bear vs. Seal

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    A polar bear must stalk quietly to have any chance of catching a seal. It's a never-ending cat-and-mouse game between seals and polar bears in this deleted scene from I, Predator.

  • Pregnant Polar Bear hunts seals | Animals: The Inside Story | BBC

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    Brilliant wildlife video from BBC nature show 'Animals: The Inside Story'. Learn how a pregnant polar bear survives in the gruelling winter months. Watch more high quality videos on the BBC Earth YouTube channel here:

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  • Polar Bear Stalks and Attacks Seal | BBC Earth

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    The film crew hopes she makes it, or they might be her next viable meal.
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    Polar Bear Family and Me
    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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  • Bear Gives a Warning Bite | BBC Earth

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    This bear delivers a warning bite to Gordon Buchanan for getting too close to her cub.
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  • Wild Polar Bear gets too hungry! Svalbard

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    Amazing shot taken by the Nowergian adventurer Ragnar Thorseth in a family trip to Svalbard in 1987/1988. Clip is 30 years old.

    This shot shows the Norwegian adventurer on vacation with his family sharing salmon sandwiches with a polar bear.

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  • Polar Bears Show Off Their Hunting Abilities | The Zoo: San Diego

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    To give their three polar bears a chance to exercise their hunting abilities, keepers provide fish in their enclosure for the bears to try and catch.

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  • The Only Man In The World Who Can Swim With A Polar Bear: Grizzly Man

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    The Only Man In The World Who Can Swim With A Polar Bear: Grizzly Man

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    Grizzly man Mark Dumas, 60, is the only man in the world that can swim with a polar bear. The fearless polar bear handler from Abbotsford, British Columbia, regularly goes for dip in his swimming pool with 16-year-old female polar bear Agee, and the pair enjoy a watery cuddle together. Grizzly Man Mark and wife Dawn, 60, train the 60-stone (800lb) friendly polar bear - the world's largest land predator - to star in high-budget TV adverts. Agee has also performed in movies like 'Alaska' in 1995 when she was just a few weeks old. With his incredibly intimate bond Grizzly Man Mark wrestles on the grass with Agee, kisses her, puts his head in the polar bear's huge jaws, and even bear hugs her as she rears up on her hind legs to over seven feet. Mark and Dawn have owned Agee since she was six weeks old and the now colossal bear lived in their home as a cub where she played with the family dogs and was bottle fed.

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    An adorable time-lapsed video of a baby polar bear shows the stages of her growing up.

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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

  • DOCS: Theres A Polar Bear In My Pool!

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    WHILE most people would be terrified to find a bear in their backyard there are others who couldn’t live without it. Three such characters will be featured in a brand new Barcroft Original Documentary, ‘There’s a Polar Bear in My Pool,’ about those who live with the world’s largest land predators. From a family who train the huge animals for the movies to a couple of surfing cubs, this exclusive documentary will show exactly what it is like to have a bear in your back yard.

    Amazingly, in Canada’s British Columbia, bear trainer Marc Dumas swims and wrestles with an 800lb polar bear named Aggy. But not all of the pet bears are quite so fearsome – take Carl Bovard’s two baby bears Bruiser and Honey who love nothing more than to swim and surf in the garden of his Florida home. Meanwhile, Johnny Welde and his family raise and wrestle 13 of the huge mammals from their Florida home with some weighing a staggering 900lbs and standing at 8ft tall.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Male Polar Bear Chases and Eats Cub | National Geographic

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    Polar bear cannibalism likely isn't a rare event, but it's rarely witnessed by people. This may be the first time it's been captured so well on video. During a Lindblad Expeditions trip on the National Geographic Explorer in the Arctic, crew and passengers spotted a male polar bear hunting and then eating a polar bear cub, despite the efforts of the cub's mother to protect it. Experts say this cannibalistic behavior could be occurring more regularly, because the loss of ice due to climate change makes it harder for the bears to get to their typical food sources.
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    Even in the animal kingdom, sometimes the kids won't let mom catch a break! Watch these adorable cubs prevent mom from taking her nap.

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  • Buffalo Stampede Tramples Lion Cub | A Year In The Wild S1 EP5 | Real Wild

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    Being number one is imperative for survival amongst lions and today one lion finds out the hard way what happens when you pick a fight with the alpha.

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    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

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  • Tiny Penguin Makes a Deadly Dash From Giant Leopard Seal | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

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    As the sea ice melts ever earlier in the season, swimming to escape predators becomes even harder. Can this penguin survive its deadly dash to freedom?

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    Alaska, at the northernmost tip of America. 1,530,700 square kilometres encompassing more than one half of the protected lands of the United States, make this country’s 49th state a natural paradise.
    Alaska is divided into three large regions: the mountains of the Pacific along the meridional coast, the central plains and plateaus bathed by the Yukon River and the northern slope or septentrional arctic zone, a land of ice, cold and tundra.
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    Further inland, the change in vegetation marks the border between the tundra and the conifers of the taiga forest. This is a transitional strip of land where many of the tree species are shrub sized due to the tense conditions under which they develop, while the shrubs, lichens and mosses of the tundra persist.


    The tundra’s harsh winter climate has also forced the animals inhabiting the region to develop survival strategies and the species must choose from three alternatives: they either migrate to avoid the winter, hide themselves away until the warm weather arrives or confront the climate openly with special physiological adaptations.

    Musk deer fall within the last group. They have short legs, sturdy bodies and a layer of thick, long hair which minimises the loss of body heat. They also have a subcutaneous fat layer which builds up during the summer months and is used as an energy reserve during the long winter season.


    The arrival of the thaw is the commencement of a period of abundance.
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    Spring is also the time when many animals bring their young into the world. Some, such as the caribou, migrate from the taiga to the northern tundra, while others such as the wapiti remain under the shelter of the conifer forest taking advantage of the explosion of vegetable matter to replenish the fat lost during the winter.
    In early June, Alaskan rivers are the scene of the arrival of different species of salmon, thousands of which return from their stay in the ocean to spawn and die in the waters where they were born.


    Alaska is a land of bears. There are between 4,000 and 6,000 polar bears, more than 50,000 black bears and between 35,000 and 45,000 brown bears which, although they belong to the same species as the European brown bear, are larger in America. Here in Alaska the subspecies known as the Kodiak bear is the largest of them all; an animal which can grow as tall as 4 metres and weight up to 1,200 kilos.
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    The fishing and forest industry are the two pillars of the state’s economy which are directly dependent on nature. Several fishing villages in the fjords live on the salmon they fish and therefore on the ecological health of the water and marine beds. It was only thanks to government assistance that they were able to survive the years following the Exxon Valdez tragedy and even today they note that the ecosystem has not fully recovered.
    When the base of the ecological chain is damaged, the entire system suffers the consequences. The most visible animals such as fish or fowl return gradually, but without the basis of the food pyramid their populations decrease and the animals are weaker and less developed.

    Alaska is privileged to have a low population density. It is therefore one of the last virgin territories where nature is still seen in its wild state. But it is a fragile paradise floating amidst a great oil reserve, making its future dependent on man taking the correct actions. It will be necessary for an understanding and appreciation of the incalculable ecological value of this land to take precedence over quick economic profits in order for Alaska to continue as the final frontier for future generations.

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    【おうち動物園】シロクマが水辺でいきなり走り出す
    A polar bear that suddenly starts running on the waterside


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    ・通勤時にスマホで見て癒される
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    ・大画面で映像を流してお家を動物園にする
    ・好きな動物の映像をプレイリストにして一日中流す


    **How to enjoy ZOO in your ROOM**
    ・ Do household chores while your child is watching on a tablet.
    ・ Closely observe the animals closely.
    ・ On the big screen and make your own zoo in your room.
    ・ Play videos of your favorite animals all day long as a playlist.



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    On #WorldPolarBearDay, here are polar bears having fun in the extreme cold in Kaktovic, Alaska. It was -25 degrees celsius at day break. While we were freezing, mama bear started with her morning yoga routine.

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    Habitat loss due to climate change, polar ice caps melting and and ocean temperatures rising is the main threat to the species. Currently listed as ‘vulnerable’, their population is expected to decline by 30% by 2050.

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