I don't envy the individual who's job it was to put a camera (mounted on
a collar) around a polar bear's neck.  But the footage, the first of
its kind, shows a variety of polar bear activity from a unique
perspective.  Uploaded by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) on June 6, 2014 as part of a study to determine polar bear activity due to the reduction of ice in the Arctic environment, this is footage edited together to make certain amount of sense.  There was probably a lot of just swimming around and such...


Egad!  The first-person seal attack was sort'a nasty...

More cool animal videos can be found here!