Polar Bear Sunset, Hudson’s Bay, Canada #21786


Polar Bear Sunset, Hudson’s Bay, Canada #21786


A polar bear wanders on new ice forming along Hudson’s Bay, Canada. Most polar bears live north of the Arctic Circle and on to the North Pole. Polar bears are circumpolar. There are some populations south of the Arctic Circle in Hudson Bay of Manitoba, Canada. Years ago, a dead polar bear washed up far to the south on Alaska’s Kodiak Island. Polar bears largely depend on the sea ice, which forms above the open waters where their seal prey lives. They will spend time on land when sea ice is not available; most pregnant polar bear females make their dens on shore near the coast. This bear awaits freeze up on Hudson’s Bay so that it can go in search of prey.

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