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Polar Bear running away on ice floe. : Stock Photo
(Ursus maritimus) Ice floes are more and more rare in the Arctic ocean and bears more often die drawing because exhausted of swimming. North of Reinsdyrflya, Svalbard, Norway

Polar Bear running away on ice floe.

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Daisy Gilardini
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(Ursus maritimus) Ice floes are more and more rare in the Arctic ocean and bears more often die drawing because exhausted of swimming. North of Reinsdyrflya, Svalbard, Norway
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