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Baby Polar Bears Climbing Outside For First Time

Apr 27
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For more cute animal videos click here: http://bit.ly/1zd0zWe http://oasishd.ca- This polar bear family has been living in darkness for 3 months. The cubs experience the outdoor world for the first time. Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/oasishdchannel Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com
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Cool Cute Cubs - Amazing Animal Babies: Polar Bear Cubs (Ep 6) - Earth Unplugged

Apr 27
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Polar bears are the world’s largest land carnivores, but at birth they weigh just one kilogram. Learning from their caring mothers, these vulnerable infants will one day be three metres tall and weigh half a tonne. Subscribe to Earth Unplugged — http://goo.gl/VK1MH Amazing Animal Babies
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How to build an igloo - A Boy Among Polar Bears - BBC

Apr 27
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From the wonderful BBC documentary, A Boy Among Polar Bears, this video clip shows the young Inuit building his first igloo. Amazing free video clip from the BBC. Watch more ‘A Boy Among Polar Bears’ clips with BBC Worldwide here: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CFCB8BE44E15443E
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Polar Bear Hunts Beluga Whales - Blue Planet - BBC wildlife

Apr 27
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A group of Beluga Whales are surfacing for air in a gap in the frozen ocean. They are weak with starvation and attractive prey for a passing Polar Bear      
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Mother Polar Bear and Cubs Emerging from Den - BBC Planet Earth

Apr 27
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Amazing images taken from the Arctic circle as a mother bear emerges from her winter long sleep with two new arrivals. With brilliant images of mother polar bear sledging down the slopes and cute cubs first taste of the Arctic air, this is a video you don’t want to miss from BBC natural histor