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TJ.0029-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0029-00
Polar Bear swimming.
By Lågøya, N Svalbard, 2006. Print size to A4.(8 x 11.5 inches)
TJ.0483-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0483-00
Polar bear makes its way across piled up sea ice, Svalbard. Arctic Norway
RFJ0015-33
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0015-33
A Polar bear walking on melting ice floes. Franz Josef Land, Russia
CC.0379-08
© B&C Alexander
CC.0379-08
Adult male Polar Bear stretches full length on the snow to cool off. Churchill. Canada.
TJ.0434-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0434-00
Dead Polar Bear cub on snow along the shoreline, Torellneset, Svalbard
SZ.0814-14
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0814-14
Polar bear hunting on the close pack ice south of Spitsbergen.
ANT0912-07
© B&C Alexander
ANT0912-07
Part of the massive iceberg B15, at this time it was 90 miles long and close to Ross Is. Antarctica
SZ.0821-07
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0821-07
Group of Brunnich's Guillemot, reflected in the dead calm water between the thawing sea ice.
Svalbard
ANT1938-32
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-32
Drygalski Glacier, which receded 300 metres between November 2008 & 2009. South Georgia.
CC.9076-14
© B&C Alexander
CC.9076-14
Polar bear spreads its feet to distribute its weight better. Churchill, Canada.
CC.9055-26
© B&C Alexander
CC.9055-26
Polar Bear falls through thin Autumn sea ice. Cape Churchill, Canada.
CC.9074-03
© B&C Alexander
CC.9074-03
Polar Bear on thin ice distrubuting his weight.
Cape Churchill, Canada.
RFJ0001-02
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0001-02
A polar bear on melting sea ice off Jackson Island.
Franz Josef Land
SZ.0070-25
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0070-25
Polar bear tries to pick her way across a lead on chunks of ice. Spitsbergen.
CC.9074-07
© B&C Alexander
CC.9074-07
Polar Bear on thin ice distrubuting his weight.
Cape Churchill, Canada.
ANT1620-20
© B&C Alexander
ANT1620-20
Emperor Penguin adults in a blue landscape of icebergs and sea ice. Snow Hill Island Colony. Antarctica
AM.0056-09
© B&C Alexander
AM.0056-09
N.American Red Fox (Vulpes fulva) has snow on her face. Red foxes are moving into the Arctic where they compete with the resident Arctic Foxes.
Montana, U.S.A.
   

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