The winter sunlight glistens off the snow white fur coat of a polar bear who was seen near Camp Nanuq in the Hudson Bay region in Churchill, Manitoba. A beautiful species of wildlife, a Polar Bear is one of the world's largest land carnivores and are considered as marine mammals as they are semi-aquatic and can survive in the sea, on land and on the ice where they find their gourmet meals of ringed seal.
Until the Hudson Bay freezes over, these Polar Bears are extremely hungry and the smell coming from the kitchen at Camp Nanuq in Churchill, Manitoba definitely interests a Polar Bear. The local people in the towns are prepared with a cracker gun if the wildlife becomes a problem and gets too near to the camps. ... continue below the picture...
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This close up picture is beautiful as it allows people to see the small, rounded ears, dark black eyes and long nose which is very sensitive to different scents, all common characteristics of a Polar Bear.
Polar Bear, Ursus maritimus, near Camp Nanuq, Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.