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Great photo. Did you know that polar bears cover their noses when they hunt seals? The black nose is visible from far away because of all the white snow, so they cover it! Incredible but true!
Polar bear cubs emerge from their mother's den for the first time
Photographer Vince Burton captured a mother polar bear with her two cubs in Canada. At around three months old, the small bears still need their mother to keep them warm and provide food.
Legend passed down by Inuit hunters - Polar Bears cover their nose when hunting to avoid detection. This has not been observed by researchers. Since we were the only prey in sight I am happy to report this bear was not hunting. Arctic NWR, Alaska 10/5/14
myosotis92: “ earth-earthlings: “ (௯) Polar Bear Baby | by Roie Galitz Look at this small polar child sitting in this polar spring, in this polar home. ” ”
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'Put me down mum': Poignant moment polar bear cub is made to catch up as family make 35-mile trek in snowy sub-zero temperatures
Photographs capture the moment a polar bear mum picks up her tired cub in her mouth to move it to a spot where she can keep an eye on it during an arduous trek to Hudson Bay, Canada.