Polar bears usually give birth to twin cubs that stick around for about two years. Take a look at a mother polar bear and her cub snuggling in the snow.
WWF member Elsa Bailey realizes a lifelong dream at the age of 100 as she tracks polar bears in the Arctic.
WWF works with Arctic communities to protect people and polar bears from avoidable cases of conflict
Shell Oil Company has been granted permission by the U.S. government to begin preparatory drilling in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea. Layla Hughes, WWF’s expert on oil and gas development, shares her concerns and what WWF is doing to address them.
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