Female polar bear (Ursus Maritimus) and offspring swimming in open water, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears are classified as mobile marine mammals and have the ability of swimming over 100 miles. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
Female polar bear (Ursus Maritimus) and offspring swimming in open water, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears are classified as mobile marine mammals and have the ability of swimming over 100 miles. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
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Female polar bear (Ursus Maritimus) and offspring swimming in open water, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears are classified as mobile marine mammals and have the ability of swimming over 100 miles. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway


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