(CNN) – Have you ever wondered what happens in a day of the life of a polar bear? Well, wonder no more.
Biologists with the United States Geological Survey put collar cams on the necks of four females in Alaska for a ‘polar bear POV’.
They wanted to see what the animals do on the sea ice.
The cameras were on the bears for about ten days and captured everything from their eating habits to mating rituals.
Scientists want to learn how the animals’ behaviors are impacted by sea ice conditioning. They also want to understand the potential effects of a changing climate.