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Una madre oso polar (Ursus maritimus) saltando entre témpanos en el estrecho de Lancaster, Nunavut, Canadá, América del Norte

Una madre oso polar (Ursus maritimus) saltando entre témpanos en el estrecho de Lancaster, Nunavut, Canadá, América del Norte

Uihhh, one little polar bear OVER and one little polar bear UNDER their MOM!

Uihhh, one little polar bear OVER and one little polar bear UNDER their MOM!

We rarely see polar bears outside of a snowy Arctic environment, but these bears are no strangers to having fun in the summer! In a rare series of images by Canadian photographer Dennis Fast, these white giants are seen frolicking in a field of fireweed. The photos were taken in Northern Canada’s Hudson Bay, near lodges run by Churchill Wild in Manitoba.

Photographer Captures Unbelievable Scene of Polar Bears Playing in a Field of Fireweed Flowers photography animals nature photography ideas wild life photography pictures polar bears cool photography

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Vincent Munier - Solitudes – Ours polaire, Norton Lake - Manitoba, Canada - 2009 / Polar Bear - ホッキョクグマ

baby polar bear with mother - so beautiful animals ;-) ♥ rosi ♥

These 15 Animals Without Hair Are Barely Recognizable

Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle.

Polar Bear - E. Baccega - YOONIQ Images - Stock photos, Illustrations & Video footage

Search for Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada - YOONIQ Images - Stock photos, Illustrations & Video footage

POLAR BEARS...aka the snow bear...a bear found in the Arctic regions of Russia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Norway...the only bear species that is a marine mammal...the largest species of bear...averages  6.5 - 8.5 feet long...stands 5.5 feet at the shoulder...weighs 800 - 1200 pounds...have a thick (2-4 inch thick) layer of fat (blubber) to insulate them from the cold weather & water...has about one million hairs per square inch...around 20,000–25,000 in the wild

POLAR BEARS...aka the snow bear...a bear found in the Arctic regions of Russia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Norway...the only bear species that is a marine mammal...the largest species of bear...averages 6.5 - 8.5 feet long...stands 5.5 feet at the shoulder...weighs 800 - 1200 pounds...have a thick (2-4 inch thick) layer of fat (blubber) to insulate them from the cold weather & water...has about one million hairs per square inch...around 20,000–25,000 in the wild

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