Polar Bear Almost Smashes Glass Enclosure After Throwing A Rock

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Zoos offer guests the ability to see animals from all over the world that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to. However, though some zoos try their best to provide their animals with an enriching and peaceful environment, being in a man-made enclosure is certainly not natural for wild animals.

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The amazing spectacle of seeing these exotic animals that you might never otherwise be able to see up-close can make you forget what the animal themselves are going through, until something like this happens. As two Zoo-goers were observing a polar bear swimming underwater, things quickly took a perilous turn...

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Polar bears generally have a native range that largely lies within the Arctic Circle and are used to having a natural range in the wild that can be hundreds of kilometers across. This hardly seems fair when you see polar bears in zoo enclosures that are drastically more contained.

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Usually as a zoo patron, you aren’t able to tell how the animal feels about its given situation. However, this polar bear did something that highly suggests it wants to get out and this scene almost ends with some precarious results.

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Polar bears generally have a native range that largely lies within the Arctic Circle and are used to having a natural range in the wild that can be hundreds of kilometers across. This hardly seems fair when you see polar bears in zoo enclosures that are drastically more contained.

Usually as a zoo patron, you aren’t able to tell how the animal feels about its given situation. However, this polar bear did something that highly suggests it wants to get out and this scene almost ends with some precarious results.

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