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Photography | Polar Bears by David Jenkins

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Photography by David Jenkins

HAPPILY & FINALLY moving into warmer, brighter days that fade into nightfall a little later each second, but have heard that things have been rather snowy and unbearably cold for those we know in New York & Toronto, which brought to mind these wintery photographs, taken by 42-year-old Irish wildlife photographer, DAVID JENKINS, who spent 10 years capturing the bond between newborn polar bear cubs and their mothers.

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These particular shots were taken in the bears’ denning area in WAPUSK NATIONAL PARK, Canada, after the Jenkins was granted a special licence only available to the very best wildlife photographers. Even more magical is the fact that Jenkins managed to capture a mother with three surviving cubs, which is a very rare occurrence.

While these photos may not keep you cosy, they will, for certain, brighten days and warm hearts everywhere.

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Photography by David Jenkins via The Daily Mail

 
2 Notes
  • How wonderful! Thank you for sharing these amazing photos, they brought a smile to my face on this cold February day!

  • Cute 🙂 perfect to illustrate!

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