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This Sleepy Polar Bear Helped Win a Prestigious Photography Award
Nima Sarikhani has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award for her enchanting photo titled "Ice Bed," which captures a polar bear sleeping on sea ice in Norway's Svalbard archipelago. Despite facing thick fog, Sarikhani and those aboard an exploration vessel were able to track two polar bears for eight hours before witnessing this heartwarming moment under the midnight sun. This image serves as a reminder of our planet’s beauty and fragility while also highlighting the impacts of climate change and habitat loss on these incredible animals.
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