Polar bears from all over western Manitoba bide their time in October and November on the western shore of Hudson Bay, just waiting for the bay to freeze over, at which time they disappear out onto the pack ice to feed on seals. While waiting for the ice to form, they sleep, snuggle, play, and play fight with each other!
Reblogged from National Geographic
Jeremie Kubicek (@JeremieKubicek) tweeted at 10:00 PM on Tue, May 17, 2016:
Fight to get yourself to the place where you have:
Nothing to Hide
Nothing to Prove
Nothing to Lose