A polar bear was spotted walking on the beach in Scotland
A resident of the Scottish island of North Uist, walking with my dog, found on the beach of the polar bear. The witness managed to photograph it and shoot video. More information can be found on the website of the world wildlife Fund.
Using the GPS tracker specialists of the world wildlife Fund has been tracking that bear for less than a month overcome 2,000 kilometers from the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard to the Outer Hebrides.
This is not the first time that polar bears were spotted off the coast of Scotland. In 2016, the British Isles were found the bodies of three polar bears.
Polar bears depend on sea ice, he helps them to hunt. Experts predict that by 2050 the number of polar bears could fall by 30% due to the rapid melting of glaciers.