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- Под куполом кайта сквозь арктические просторы. История об одной из самых отчаянных арктических экспедиций. Смотрите новый документальный фильм «Ветер Арктики». Сегодня в 18:30 на Первом Арктическом #ямалрегион#первыйарктический#новыйуренгой#салехард#ноябрьск#надым#губкинский#лабытнанги#муравленко#ямал#yamal #полярныеистории#кайтинг#кайт#европаазия#приключения#arctic
- Под куполом кайта сквозь арктические просторы. История об одной из самых отчаянных арктических экспедиций. Смотрите новый документальный фильм «Ветер Арктики». Сегодня в 18:30 на Первом Арктическом #ямалрегион#первыйарктический#новыйуренгой#салехард#ноябрьск#надым#губкинский#лабытнанги#муравленко#яма #yamal #полярныеистории#кайтинг#кайт#европаазия#приключени #arctic
- Под куполом кайта сквозь арктические просторы. История об одной из самых отчаянных арктических экспедиций. Смотрите новый документальный фильм «Ветер Арктики». Сегодня в 18:30 на Первом Арктическом #ямалрегион#первыйарктический#новыйуренгой#салехард#ноябрьск#надым#губкинский#лабытнанги#муравленко#ямал#yamal #полярныеистории#кайтинг#кайт#европаазия#приключения#arctic
- Когда листаешь в телефоне весенние покатушки)) ослепительный снег и потрясающие 50 оттенков синего!❄️приезжайте кататься)) февраль-май #arcticexperience #arctic #ocean #longyearbyen #svalbard #svalbardphoto #spitsbergen #снегоход #snowmobile #snowscoot #mountain #arctictundra #arctictravel #arctictour #турварктику #арктика #шпицберген #лучшегормогутбытьтолькогорынакоторыхещенебывал #крайсвета #visitsvalbard #gjestehuset102 #home_away_from_home #polarday
- Когда листаешь в телефоне весенние покатушки)) ослепительный снег и потрясающие 50 оттенков синего!❄️приезжайте кататься)) февраль-май #arcticexperience #arctic #ocean #longyearbyen #svalbard #svalbardphoto #spitsbergen #снегоход #snowmobile #snowscoot #mountain #arctictundra #arctictravel #arctictour #турварктику #арктика #шпицберген #лучшегормогутбытьтолькогорынакоторыхещенебывал #крайсвета #visitsvalbard #gjestehuset102 #home_away_from_home #polarday
- Когда листаешь в телефоне весенние покатушки)) ослепительный снег и потрясающие 50 оттенков синего!❄️приезжайте кататься)) февраль-май #arcticexperience #arctic #ocean #longyearbyen #svalbard #svalbardphoto #spitsbergen #снегоход #snowmobile #snowscoot #mountain #arctictundra #arctictravel #arctictour #турварктику #арктика #шпицберген #лучшегормогутбытьтолькогорынакоторыхещенебывал #крайсвета #visitsvalbard #gjestehuset102 #home_away_from_home #polarday
- Пора менять резину, пока наши прекрасные дороги не превратились в Mackenzie River Ice Road. Зимой на севере Канады река Маккензи превращается в самую длинную ледяную дорогу Северной Америки. Метровый слой льда, арктические температуры - и самый длинный каток для грузовиков готов. Канал History снял даже реалити шоу про будни арктического дальнобоя, оно так и называется “Ice Road Truckers”. Ледяная дорога 113 километров проходит по реке Маккензи и еще 65 по берегу Ледовитого океана, между населенными пунктами Inuvik и Tuktoyaktuk. Летом на этой территории действует только воздушное сообщение. #спецгрузавтотранс #iceroad #арктика #arctic #truck #ice
- Пора менять резину, пока наши прекрасные дороги не превратились в Mackenzie River Ice Road. Зимой на севере Канады река Маккензи превращается в самую длинную ледяную дорогу Северной Америки. Метровый слой льда, арктические температуры - и самый длинный каток для грузовиков готов. Канал History снял даже реалити шоу про будни арктического дальнобоя, оно так и называется “Ice Road Truckers”. Ледяная дорога 113 километров проходит по реке Маккензи и еще 65 по берегу Ледовитого океана, между населенными пунктами Inuvik и Tuktoyaktuk. Летом на этой территории действует только воздушное сообщение. #спецгрузавтотранс #iceroad #арктика #arctic #truck #ice
- Пора менять резину, пока наши прекрасные дороги не превратились в Mackenzie River Ice Road. Зимой на севере Канады река Маккензи превращается в самую длинную ледяную дорогу Северной Америки. Метровый слой льда, арктические температуры - и самый длинный каток для грузовиков готов. Канал History снял даже реалити шоу про будни арктического дальнобоя, оно так и называется “Ice Road Truckers”. Ледяная дорога 113 километров проходит по реке Маккензи и еще 65 по берегу Ледовитого океана, между населенными пунктами Inuvik и Tuktoyaktuk. Летом на этой территории действует только воздушное сообщение. #спецгрузавтотранс #iceroad #арктика #arctic #truck #ice
- Back to the Arctic! Mother polar bear has left her two cubs in the water and is moving on the ice floe towards the large male who has resumed eating. Perhaps surprisingly, the male isn’t paying much attention to mother bear. She comes close to him. She wants to get close to the seal he is eating. He doesn’t move or react but she reacts and snarls at him. The size disparity is clearly visible. She is less than half his size but her determination is outsize. She is hungry. She wants him to share. At this point he seems calm. Probably the fresh seal meat in his belly has sedated him a bit. He doesn’t consider her a threat. She wants that meat pretty bad. She starts snarling in his face. She’s one brave bear but perhaps she knows him. Maybe she’s mated with him in the past. Or perhaps he’s her sibling. When “twin” cubs leave their mothers, they often will stay together for months before they drift apart and become the solitary stereotypes of their species. As one watches, one wonders. Who are these polar bears and how are they related, if at all. One longs to know more about the apex predators of the Arctic and their usually solitary lives. Maybe like the semi-solitary frugivorous orangutans I study in the forests of Borneo, the “social” lives of polar bears may be much more complex than we humans can discern. The initial tolerance of the big male polar bear towards this thin, somewhat scraggly female who approached him so defiantly seemed a bit surprising. But maybe we humans don’t understand polar bears well enough to know the signals they were sending to each other. To be continued. 4 photos in this post. Photos copyright L.Meyer/OrangutanFoundationInternational #polarbears #Arctic #CanadianArctic #malepolarbear #complex sociality #starvingpolarbear #solitaryanimals #orangutans #Borneo #twincubs #sealprey #apexpredators #apexArcticpredators #saynotopalmoildeforestation #saynotopalmoil
- Back to the Arctic! Mother polar bear has left her two cubs in the water and is moving on the ice floe towards the large male who has resumed eating. Perhaps surprisingly, the male isn’t paying much attention to mother bear. She comes close to him. She wants to get close to the seal he is eating. He doesn’t move or react but she reacts and snarls at him. The size disparity is clearly visible. She is less than half his size but her determination is outsize. She is hungry. She wants him to share. At this point he seems calm. Probably the fresh seal meat in his belly has sedated him a bit. He doesn’t consider her a threat. She wants that meat pretty bad. She starts snarling in his face. She’s one brave bear but perhaps she knows him. Maybe she’s mated with him in the past. Or perhaps he’s her sibling. When “twin” cubs leave their mothers, they often will stay together for months before they drift apart and become the solitary stereotypes of their species. As one watches, one wonders. Who are these polar bears and how are they related, if at all. One longs to know more about the apex predators of the Arctic and their usually solitary lives. Maybe like the semi-solitary frugivorous orangutans I study in the forests of Borneo, the “social” lives of polar bears may be much more complex than we humans can discern. The initial tolerance of the big male polar bear towards this thin, somewhat scraggly female who approached him so defiantly seemed a bit surprising. But maybe we humans don’t understand polar bears well enough to know the signals they were sending to each other. To be continued. 4 photos in this post. Photos copyright L.Meyer/OrangutanFoundationInternational #polarbears #Arctic #CanadianArctic #malepolarbear #complex sociality #starvingpolarbear #solitaryanimals #orangutans #Borneo #twincubs #sealprey #apexpredators #apexArcticpredators #saynotopalmoildeforestation #saynotopalmoil
- Back to the Arctic! Mother polar bear has left her two cubs in the water and is moving on the ice floe towards the large male who has resumed eating. Perhaps surprisingly, the male isn’t paying much attention to mother bear. She comes close to him. She wants to get close to the seal he is eating. He doesn’t move or react but she reacts and snarls at him. The size disparity is clearly visible. She is less than half his size but her determination is outsize. She is hungry. She wants him to share. At this point he seems calm. Probably the fresh seal meat in his belly has sedated him a bit. He doesn’t consider her a threat. She wants that meat pretty bad. She starts snarling in his face. She’s one brave bear but perhaps she knows him. Maybe she’s mated with him in the past. Or perhaps he’s her sibling. When “twin” cubs leave their mothers, they often will stay together for months before they drift apart and become the solitary stereotypes of their species. As one watches, one wonders. Who are these polar bears and how are they related, if at all. One longs to know more about the apex predators of the Arctic and their usually solitary lives. Maybe like the semi-solitary frugivorous orangutans I study in the forests of Borneo, the “social” lives of polar bears may be much more complex than we humans can discern. The initial tolerance of the big male polar bear towards this thin, somewhat scraggly female who approached him so defiantly seemed a bit surprising. But maybe we humans don’t understand polar bears well enough to know the signals they were sending to each other. To be continued. 4 photos in this post. Photos copyright L.Meyer/OrangutanFoundationInternational #polarbears #Arctic #CanadianArctic #malepolarbear #complex sociality #starvingpolarbear #solitaryanimals #orangutans #Borneo #twincubs #sealprey #apexpredators #apexArcticpredators #saynotopalmoildeforestation #saynotopalmoil

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