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First-hand footage of two polar bears trying to survive in the wild

Business Insider Wednesday, 11 January 2017
First-hand footage of two polar bears trying to survive in the wildThe 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.

Video courtesy of USGS

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