Sea Ghosts

Walrus

The walrus has played a prominent role in the cultures of many indigenous Arctic peoples, who have hunted the walrus for its meat, fat, skin, tusks and bone. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Arctic Fox Nap

The arctic fox changes its color depending on the Acrtic seasons. In the winter it is white to blend in with the snow, while in the summer months its fur changes to brown. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Play Time

Play time at the arctic fox den. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Arctic Fox

The arctic fox will generally eat any meat it can find, including lemmings, Arctic hare, reptiles and amphibians, eggs, and carrion. Lemmings are the most common prey. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Polar Bear

© Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

In The Water

Polar bears are marine mammals who are at ease in the water. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Icebergs

Choosing between two icebergs is a difficult decision. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Polar Bear

A juvenile polar bear approaches the film crew. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Polar Bear Reflection

© Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

Polar Bear

A juvenile polar bear near Baffin Island, Canada. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society/KQED

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