Collar cam catches first ever point-of-view footage from polar bear on Arctic ice Add to ...


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In April 2014, biologists with the U.S. Geological Survey put cameras on four female polar bears, north of Prudhoe Bay Alaska. What they captured is the first ever video from a free ranging polar bear on Arctic sea ice

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