Polar Bears And Dogs Playing
In 1992 a wildlife photographer Norbert Rosing, who did work for National Geographic and other magazines, was visiting Churchill, Manitoba in Canada and went to see a sled dog kennel owned by breeder Brian Ladoon.
While visiting, a large male polar bear came out of thin air and approached one of the dogs.
The dog stayed put and wagged its tail, and the bear and dog started out gently touching each others noses and began to play.
The 2 men were stunned.
Rosing took out his camera and captured the encounter.
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