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MikeReyfman 2024-07-04 08:43:54 +0200
Besides mothers with cubs and mating pairs, polar bears are typically solitary. On land, they are found closer together and gather around food resources. Adult males, sometimes, are more tolerant of each other outside the breeding season. They have been recorded forming stable "alliances", traveling, resting, and playing together. On our last trip, we were lucky to find a pair of young males tirelessly training their fighting skills.
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f/10.0 1/2500s iso1600 560.0 mm
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DateCreated 2024:06:20 22:29:44.015-05:00
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Нэлик Лихолат 2024-07-18 18:29:41 +0200