Polar Bear Cams Recruit Citizen Scientists

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Two polar bears go paw to paw in the snow at Wapusk National Park. (Photo by Andrey Gudkov/Solent News / Rex Features.)
Two polar bears go paw to paw in the snow at Wapusk National Park. (Photo by Andrey Gudkov/Solent News / Rex Features.)

How would you like to study polar bears? No travel required. No ice and snow. No danger of becoming “dinner.” All you need to do is tune in to a polar bear cam and snap pictures if you see a bear. 

This fall, web-surfers did just that. They watched a big polar bear party.

Waiting for dinner

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