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This Polar Bear Webcam Is the Only Binge Watch You Need This Week

Now that the weather is getting chillier and polar bear season is in full swing up in Canada, Explore.org has their live cams back on the active white furry beasts that live at the Tundra Buggy Lodge at the Wapusk National Park.


Forget scary Netflix shows or dramas that take themselves too seriously. Curl up with your coziest blanket, tastiest snacks, comfiest sweatpants and forget about the world with this incredible feed of live polar bears.

Now that the weather is getting chillier and polar bear season is in full swing up in Canada, Explore.org has their live cams back on the active white furry beasts that live at the Tundra Buggy Lodge at the Wapusk National Park.

The cameras keep an eye on the bears as they go about their daily activities and have caught them in activities ranging from long naps to polar bear kisses.

At this time of year, polar bears are gathering along the coasts of their northern homes, waiting for temperatures to drop and sea ice to form. Once it does, they'll head out to that ice and hunt for the ringed seals that make up much of their diet.

This year, in addition to just getting to watch the animals, Explore is also offering people the chance to sign in to live chats with experts. Through these chats, viewers can learn more about the cool tech used to spy on the polar bears, how the animals' bodies have adapted to thrive in the cold conditions of Canada and how people can help protect polar bears, since they've been on the endangered species list for a decade now.

Watching these endangered animals is as soothing as it is cute.

Large Polar Bear Walking - Polar Bears Live Cam Highlight 11/07/17 www.youtube.com

Next time you feel the need to just zone out and binge, head on over to Explore, do your best impression of this belly-flopping polar bear and press play.

Polar Bear Belly Flop (funny!) - Polar Bears Live Cam Highlight 11/07/17 www.youtube.com

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