Photographer Carlos Osorio/Reuters captures glimpses of polar bears enduring a blizzard in Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
It is the southernmost spot in the world to spot wild polar bears roam.
Please click on these wonderful images for a better look at these lovely creatures.
IMAGE: Walk like a king. A polar bear seeks shelter from the looming blizzard.
All Photographs: Carlos Osorio/Reuters
IMAGE: A lonely bear walks on Nature’s white carpet.
IMAGE: Food and shelter are hard to come by in this freezing winter.
IMAGE: It’s time to play!
IMAGE: Sparing is an activity for the bears to keep warm.
IMAGE: And a warm cuddle is the best option to avoid the freeze.
IMAGE: After the sparring…
IMAGE: The bout is lost.
IMAGE: Frozen forever.
IMAGE: Still standing tall. A white spruce tree wind-sailed by strong freezing wind.
IMAGE: Caution! It may be dinner time for the bears.
IMAGE: French tourist Simon Barbour rides a snowmobile in the blizzard through the streets of Churchill.
IMAGE: An inukshuk (a human figure built by staking stones by the Inuit race of people as a marker) on the shores of Hudson Bay.
IMAGE: The glow at night. A rotating beacon from Churchill airport illuminates the night sky during the blizzard over Churchill.
Photographs curated by Anant Salvi/Rediff.com
Feature Presentation: Ashish Narsale/Rediff.com
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