An impressive Polar bear walks along a rocky shore — beautiful black and white fine art wildlife photograph of a backlit Polar bear. The Polar bear walks from the left to right along a large rock. His body shape is visible from the side, while backlit from the early sunlight. The large rock formations that the Polar bear walks along the shore reflect the sunlight. The big boulders show off their beautiful patterns. Small waves splash at the beach from the Arctic ocean. A beautiful black and white panorama photograph of this magnificent apex predator, also known as a top predator. This photograph Anette captured from a zodiac.
Facts about Polar Bears:
- Habitat is within the Arctic circle.
- When hungry, a Polar bear eats nearly anything – also you!
- This bear walks long distances for food.
- Their skin is black.
- Their fur seems white, and surprisingly it is transparent.
- Largest carnivore on land.
As the top hunters of the Arctic, sadly, their habitat is in decline. Therefore, also the number of Polar bears. Sea ice undoubtedly melts as a result of climate change. These impressive animals are on the IUCN list, as many wildlife as a threatened animal. For any questions about this photograph of the Polar bear walks along the shore, do not hesitate to contact Anette.