How you can track polar bears in the wild

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Explore.org has three live cameras of wild polar bears migrating in Canada - and some experts say that this group of 1,000 bears may be in their last decades of existence.

Polar Bears International teamed up with Explore.org to track the migration of this group and raise public awareness. The bears are waiting for sea ice to float near the shore of the Hudson Bay in Canada so they can start hunting seals - but how long they may wait is unpredictable.

For the first time, scientists are asking the public to take snapshots from the live cameras so they have even more frozen moments to study the bears. On Explore.org, you can share what you capture via e-mail and social networks.

Will you take snapshots of these furry animals? Tweet using #ZoomIN.


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