A webcam that allows nature lovers to watch polar bears from the safety of their computer is up and running for another season.
Every autumn, large male polar bears gather at Cape Churchill in Wapusk National Park along the Hudson Bay coast, waiting for the sea ice to form so they can return to their seal-hunting grounds.
For the past few years Polar Bear International, Frontier North Adventures and explore.org, have set up a live camera that allows viewers to take in the lives of the polar bears.
A link for the webcam is available at the explore.org website.
With files from The Canadian Press
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