This 24 December 2017 video is called Polar bears play football with spy cam – Polar Bear Spy On The Ice – BBC Earth.
This 22 December 2017 video is called Polar bear destroys spy cam – Polar Bear Spy On The Ice – BBC Earth.
This 20 December 2017 video says about itself:
Polar bear helps film her own cub! – Polar Bear Spy On The Ice – BBC Earth
This polar bear cub‘s first steps outside are captured with the help of his own mother.
This 17 December 2017 video says about itself:
Polar Bear Rescues Our Blizzard Spy Camera – Polar Bear Spy On The Ice – BBC Earth
These two courting polar bears come to the rescue of one stranded spy cam.
Not all polar bears are in the same dire situation due to retreating sea ice, at least not right now. Off the western coast of Alaska, the Chukchi Sea is rich in marine life, but the number of polar bears in the area had never been counted. The first formal study of this population suggests that it’s been healthy and relatively abundant in recent years, numbering about 3,000 animals: here.
Using a new approach to measure chemical contaminants in polar bears, scientists found a large variety of new chlorinated and fluorinated substances, including many new polychlorinated biphenyl metabolites. Worryingly, these previously unrecognized contaminants have not declined in the past decades, and many long-chain fluorinated alkyl sulfonic acids have been increasing over time, says the study: here.