Of bears and cliffs – part I


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Brünnich’s Guillemots breed on cliffs to avoid predation by Arctic Foxes and Polar Bears. Because of this all members of the auk family are still able to fly, in contrast to their antarctic counterparts the Penguins. Over there, there are no land predators, so they can safely breed anywhere they want.

This bear however still seemed interested in the guillemots and started to approach…

– to be continued –

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7 thoughts on “Of bears and cliffs – part I

  1. I just cannot believe that bear can go up and down those steep cliffs like that. Of course, if you’re hungry enough they may not look so steep after all. Blessings, Natalie 🙂

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