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Polar Bear Collection

The majestic polar bear, also known as Ursus maritimus, gracefully walks on the Champ Island glacier above the glistening sea

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on Champ Island glacier above the sea, Franz Josef Land

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on Champ Island glacier above the sea, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic. Highly commended in Animals in their Environment Category of the Wildlife Photographer of

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Beyond Mans Footsteps, 1894 (1909). Artist: Briton Riviere

Beyond Mans Footsteps, 1894 (1909). Artist: Briton Riviere
Beyond Mans Footsteps, 1894 (1909). In the icy wilderness around the North Pole. From Harmsworth History of the World, Volume 8, by Arthur Mee, J.A. Hammerton, & A.D. Innes, M.A

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) on an iceberg, Baffin Bay, Canada. September

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) on an iceberg, Baffin Bay, Canada. September

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) young bear rolling around in the snow

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) young bear rolling around in the snow, on newly formed pack ice during autumn freeze up, Beaufort Sea, off Arctic coast, Alaska

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Man Proposes, God Disposes, 1864, (1912). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer

Man Proposes, God Disposes, 1864, (1912). Artist: Edwin Henry Landseer
Man Proposes, God Disposes, 1864, (1912). Painting held at the Royal Holloway College, University of London, London. From Bibbys Annual 1912, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1912]

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania

Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania. Watercolor and gouache, 1915
DULAC: THE ICE MAIDEN, 1915. Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania. Watercolor and gouache, 1915

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear Road Sign - Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Spitsbergen) LA003889

Polar Bear Road Sign - Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Spitsbergen) LA003889
COS-3965 Polar Bear Road Sign Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Spitsbergen) - Norway Bill Coster contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: +44 (0) 20 8318 1401

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bears with pink hearts MA1574

Polar Bears with pink hearts MA1574
TOM-1157-M Polar Bears with pink hearts Ursus maritimus Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Female Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on pack ice, Svalbard Archipelago, Barents Sea

Female Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) walking on pack ice, Svalbard Archipelago, Barents Sea, Arctic, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear - mother & cubs sliding, Canadian Arctic

Polar Bear - mother & cubs sliding, Canadian Arctic
DOC-107 Polar BEAR - mother with cubs sliding from winter den Canadian Arctic Ursus maritimus Doc White Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear sign, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Spitzbergen, Arctic, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Polar bear sign, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Spitzbergen, Arctic, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear with cubs, (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Polar Bear with cubs, (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus) triplets age 2-3 months next to their mother

Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus) triplets age 2-3 months next to their mother. Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada. February

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: PolarFriends

PolarFriends
Marcel Egger

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Polar Bears with sundogs (Ursus maritimus) Manitoba, Canada

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Picture No. 12009607

Picture No. 12009607
Polar Bear - bear resting on ice floe - Svalbard, Norway Date:

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Arctic chill

Arctic chill
A polar bear looks up towards the sky to smell the air for other approaching bears that would want to take his seal carcass. Taken off the northern coast of the Svalbard Archipelago

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear with a cub, (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Polar Bear with a cub, (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bears on frozen tundra

Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bears on frozen tundra. Credit as: Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear cub 3 months (Ursus maritimus) playing in the front of the day den in march

Polar bear cub 3 months (Ursus maritimus) playing in the front of the day den in march. Wapusk National Park. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear Arctic Dive

Polar Bear Arctic Dive
A polar bear diving into water. Diving. Polar bears make shallow dives when stalking prey, navigating ice floes, or searching for kelp

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with triplets, Wapusk National Park, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bear emerging from snow shelter. Canada Credit as

Canada, Manitoba, Churchill. Polar bear emerging from snow shelter. Canada Credit as: Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Carl Hagenbeck (1844-1913) in His Zoo, 1911 (oil on canvas)

Carl Hagenbeck (1844-1913) in His Zoo, 1911 (oil on canvas)
XKH141007 Carl Hagenbeck (1844-1913) in His Zoo, 1911 (oil on canvas) by Corinth, Lovis (Franz Heinrich Louis) (1858-1925); 200x271 cm; Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany; German, out of copyright

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Svalbard. Mother and child Polar Bears

Svalbard. Mother and child Polar Bears

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: polar bear, Ursus maritimus, investigates a camera lens hood on the pack ice of the

polar bear, Ursus maritimus, investigates a camera lens hood on the pack ice of the
Polar bear and camera on pack ice of the frozen coastal plain, 1002 area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Sleepy Bears

Sleepy Bears
8th August 1968: Polar bear cub Pipaluk joins his mother for a nap. (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Canada, Manitoba

Canada, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Churchill. Sleeping polar bear

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: North America, Canada, Manitoba, Polar bear sleeping (Ursus maritimus)

North America, Canada, Manitoba, Polar bear sleeping (Ursus maritimus)

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Michael S. Nolan / SpecialistStock

Michael S. Nolan / SpecialistStock
A curious young polar bear (Ursus maritimus), probably recently weaned from its mother, approaches the National Geographic Explorer after scavenging a polar bear carcass on multi-year ice floes in

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar Bear Mother protecting cubs, Ursus maritimus, taiga, Churchill, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Canada

Polar Bear Mother protecting cubs, Ursus maritimus, taiga, Churchill, Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Canada
Michael Nolan / SplashdownDirect

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Male Polar Bear(Ursus maritimus) in spring

Male Polar Bear(Ursus maritimus) in spring, Svalbard/Spitsbergen, Arctic

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear (Thalarctos maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bear (Thalarctos maritimus), Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bear cubs (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus), Churchill, Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, North America

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) standing up on hind legs, barrier island outside Kaktovik

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) standing up on hind legs, barrier island outside Kaktovik, Alaska, USA. September

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: A polar bear swims underwater at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien

A polar bear swims underwater at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien
A polar bear swims underwater in the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec October 31, 2011. According to Environment Canada, Canada is home to around 15, 000 of the estimated 20

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: A polar bear eats pumpkin during Halloween celebration in the Tiergarten Schoenbrunn zoo

A polar bear eats pumpkin during Halloween celebration in the Tiergarten Schoenbrunn zoo
A polar bear eats a pumpkin during Halloween celebration in the Tiergarten Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna October 31, 2014. Once a year the animals in the zoo are fed with pumpkins to celebrate Halloween

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Mrs. Chas. W. Fairbanks seated holding fan, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service

Mrs. Chas. W. Fairbanks seated holding fan, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service
Mrs. Chas. W. Fairbanks seated holding fan, 1910

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Absurd Bear with a Bowtie Poster

Absurd Bear with a Bowtie Poster
Santiago Bugdadi

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ALERT
Liwen Tao

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Liwen Tao

Liwen Tao

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Liwen Tao

Liwen Tao

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: Liwen Tao

Liwen Tao

Background imagePolar Bear Collection: 'My  polar' bear -2

"My  polar" bear -2
VéroniqueS



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The majestic polar bear, also known as Ursus maritimus, gracefully walks on the Champ Island glacier above the glistening sea. Its powerful presence is a testament to its survival in one of the harshest environments on Earth. A young polar bear playfully rolls around in the freshly fallen snow, embracing the joy and freedom that comes with being a part of this icy wonderland. Every movement leaves behind imprints of innocence and curiosity. In an enchanting artwork titled "Beyond Mans Footsteps, " created by Briton Riviere in 1894 (1909), we are reminded of the timeless allure these magnificent creatures hold over our imagination. Even amidst this frozen wilderness, a road sign stands tall in Longyearbyen, Svalbard (Spitsbergen), serving as a reminder that humans share this Arctic territory with these incredible beings. It symbolizes our responsibility to protect their habitat for generations to come. Edwin Henry Landseer's masterpiece "Man Proposes, God Disposes" from 1864 (1912) captures both man's ambition and nature's unpredictability. The polar bear depicted reminds us that even though we strive for control, ultimately it is nature that decides our fate. Illustrated by Edmond Dulac for Queen Marie of Romania's book "The Dreamer of Dreams" in 1915, we see a mesmerizing portrayal of a polar bear against dreamlike scenery. This ethereal image evokes emotions and transports us into realms where reality meets fantasy. Polar bears adorned with pink hearts bring warmth to our hearts as they stand as symbols of love and compassion. These gentle giants remind us that love knows no bounds or species; it transcends all barriers. In Wapusk National Park, a mother polar bear proudly watches over her adorable triplets. Her nurturing instinct shines through as she guides them through their early stages of life while teaching them how to navigate their icy surroundings.