First-hand footage of two polar bears trying to survive in the wild
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 () The USGS has attached a camera to a polar bear in order to study its behavior and feeding rates. The footage will serve to provide more information for scientists to understand how polar bears are responding to sea ice declines.
This polar bear head-cam is meant to highlight the devastating impact that melting ice caps would have on the specie’s ability to use sea ice to hunt for food and survive.The US Geological Survey published this video on Monday, January 9, showing two polar bears navigating ice floes to hunt prey in...
A 2000 treaty committed the two nations to study and conserve their polar bears. Even as political tensions rise, climate change and other pressures make their... Christian Science Monitor - Front Page