Those Big Lumbering Polar Bears Are Actually Quite Graceful Underwater — See for Yourself!

Polar bears will travel up to one hundred miles to reach a patch of sea ice, because the ice is an integral tool for their hunting strategy. Their main prey, ringed seals, cut air-holes in the ice, and about every ten minutes they come up for air. That’s when the bears pounce.

See a group of polar bears on the hunt for some hunting ground — watch the video.

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