Polar Bear Swimming Underwater
Polar Bears have always fascinated me since childhood. Maybe its their fluffy white fur, the gigantic size of the adult bears or the cuteness of the Polar Bear cubs or even a combination of all three of these reasons.
In case you did not know, there are about 20,000 polar bears left in the world. An estimated 15,000 of these bears are in Canada. The USA (Alaska), Russia, Greenland and Norway are the other countries where you can still find them.
This photo (that I found on MSNBC’s 2011 Year in Pictures) shows a polar bear swimming underwater in the St. Felicien Wildlife Zoo in Quebec, Canada in October 2011. It’s one of the coolest photos of a polar bear swimming that I’ve ever seen and worthy of being selected as the Daily Cool Photo on Running Wolf’s Rant for the 7th of August 2012.
Yesterday a photo featuring Bombay Show Pig on stage @ Arcade Empire (a band from the Netherlands) was the Daily Cool Photo on Running Wolf’s Rant, feel free to check it out.
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