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Polar bears emerge from hibernation and spring into action: photos by Steve Bloom.

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A polar bear cub climbs a tree near Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

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Baby Bear: A Polar Bear Cub climbs a tree near Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Amazing Polar Bear Photos by David Jenkins » Design You Trust. Design and Beyond.

Amazing Polar Bear Photos by David Jenkins

Amazing Polar Bear Photos by David Jenkins » Design You Trust. Design and Beyond.

Polar bear cub

Three-to-four-month-old polar bear (Ursus maritimus) cub cuddling against mother's body while she is tranquilized by researchers, vulnerable, at Wapusk National Park, in Manitoba, Canada.

Polar bear cubs cling to their mother as they emerge from their winter den. Photographer Steve Bloom has spent hundreds of hours in Norway and Canada photographing polar bears. (Steve Bloom/Barcroft Media/Landov)

Polar bear cubs cling to their mother as they emerge from their winter den. Photographer Steve Bloom has spent hundreds of hours in Norway and Canada photographing polar bears.

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For a few weeks every year the fireweed blooms on the coastal flats near Churchill Manitoba. This is at about the same time the last ice has melted in Hudson Bay, forcing the Polarbears to swim.

"This is the last time, Bubba.   If you drink this much again, you can find your own way home!"

Two polar bears spar in the willows on the shores of the Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Michael Darter on

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"Mommy, slow down! My foot keeps slipping!" --- (Note: Polar bears have twins, and if you look very closely, you can just see the top of the other twin's head bobbing up over mom's shoulder.

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