In the eyes of polar bears

Researchers explain how they can "see" through the eyes of a polar bear by tracking them and recording data about their lives. Using GPS collars and body measurements during their capture work, these researchers are able to study both the individual and group health of polar bears.

Provided by Frontier Scientists

Runtime: 3:35

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