Polar Bears introducing themselves

Polar Bears introducing themselves

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Credit: DAN GURAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Two Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus) going through the introduction process. Touching and rubbing noses probably signals their friendly (or unfriendly) intentions. When both bears are satisfied as to the others intentions, they may play. Cape Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada.

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Keywords: animal, bear, behavior, behaviour, canada, cape churchill, carnivora, carnivore, carnivorous, fauna, hudson bay, mammal, manitoba, nature, polar bear, ursidae, ursus, ursus maritimus, ursus sp., wild, wild life, wildlife, zoology

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