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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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they to town TILERILAAQUK LOCAL TOWN Eight months earlier Jan Lorentzen, 58, said he fought off a polar bear with his bare hands after it tried to attack him near Ittoqqortoormiit.
The zoo's veterinarian, Louis DiVincenti, along with animal care staff performed the insemination last week using sperm from a male polar bear deemed genetically valuable.
Kochnev remembers the damage caused by Soviet missile defence personnel previously stationed on the east Arctic's Wrangel Island.In 1991, soldiers drove an axe into the head of a polar bear after it had got used to feeding on discarded scraps and become aggressive.
Alexander Minayev, the deputy head of Novaya Zemlya administration, said that between December and February, at least 52 polar bears were spotted near the settlement of Belushya Guba, a settlement in Novaya Zemlya district, some of which entered residential buildings and offices and attacked residents.
Polar bears are one of the most iconic and well-loved species in the world.
I know kids who are fascinated by polar bears and penguins will be drawn to this book.
In another set of photos uploaded by another netizen, Sam Turton (@TurtonSam), a 'peeping Tom' can be seen placed away and somewhat behind the polar bears. What looked like a brown bear, who was wearing a scarf and winter boots, was in a side-bending position, appearing to be watching the polar bears.
Polar bears have always been a common sight on sea ice near Kaktovik, but residents started noticing a change in the mid-1990s.
"'Let's get too close to a polar bear in its natural environment and then kill it if it gets too close,' Morons," British actor-comedian Ricky Gervais tweeted.
This book offers a rare, up-close-and-personal view of the polar bear that leads to a true appreciation of the animal's harsh lifestyle.