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The polar bear is the most iconic animal in polar bear lore.
It’s been seen around the world for over 150 years, and there are even polar bears in Disney movies.
In the 1950s, Disney cast and crew filmed a short, animated film called Polar Express, in which the polar bear and a group of people meet for the first time, and the film is one of the earliest documented sightings of polar bears.
The film became a cult classic and has inspired countless re-enactments and documentaries over the years.
The Polar Express was based on a true story, but the story was never intended to be a real-life polar bear encounter.
Sarah and I started a blog to chronicle the story, and it became a popular and influential source for many polar bear enthusiasts.
In a time when polar bears are endangered, it’s important to remember that the animals are still out there.
So it makes sense that we would want to keep an eye out for these animals as they make their way across the globe.
The world is a very big place, and polar bears face many challenges, ranging from climate change to habitat loss.
Here are a few tips to help keep you safe on the hunt for your next polar bear sighting.
If you’ve ever been bitten by a polar bear, there’s a good chance you’ve encountered polar bears before.
These bears are nocturnal creatures, which means they don’t have any natural predators.
In the wild, they may only be spotted when the sun sets, or when people are around, but they don