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by Norbert Rosing

ePub Polar Bears 2005 download
Author:
Norbert Rosing
ISBN13:
978-1552971987
ISBN:
1552971988
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Publisher:
Firefly Books; Wal edition (May 27, 2004)
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Photography & Video
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1869 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. An essential introduction to the North's most spectacular species. Polar Bears brings together acclaimed photographer Norbert Rosing's vibrant images and his firsthand knowledge of the Arctic to chronicle a year in the life of the polar bear.

Norbert Rosing (born 1953) is a German photographer who worked for such magazines as GEO, Terre Sauvage, BBC Wildlife, Photo Technik International, National Geographic and others. In 2000 he published his first photo for the Nat Geo story called Bear Beginnings: New Life on the Ice and since December of the same year worked there

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Face to Face with Polar Bears by Norbert Rosing (English) Paperback Book Free S. National Geographic December 2005 Sea Monsters/Global Aid/Polar Bear Park/Buddha.

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Norbert Rosing leads young readers into the wintry world of the dangerous polar bear, who has good reason to be angry at man's intrusions. Let this National Geographic expert show you the bears' playful side; learn how they make nests for hibernation, why their coats are so white, and how you can help to protect their environment from the effects of global warming. It gave information about Global warming and some things we can do to help stop it. It is a good book and I think children will find it interesting. It talks about the polar bear's life style, what they eat, how long they live, etc. Overall it is a wonderful book and I highly recommend it.

Richmond Hill, Ont. : Firefly Books. Photographs and captions present the life of polar bears across the four seasons of the year. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Topics covered include habitat activities, diet, anatomy, and survival. Introduction - Early days - Adapting to the land - Arctic neighbors - At home in the Arctic - Polar bear facts.

An essential introduction to the North's most spectacular species

An essential introduction to the North's most spectacular species. Polar Bears brings together acclaimed photographer Norbert Rosing's vibrant images and his firsthand knowledge of the Arctic to chronicle a year in the life of the polar bear, the Earth's largest land predator. The book is organized into four sections, spring, summer, fall and winter, each with an introductory essay.

In this attractive addition to a new series featuring animals in the wild, a veteran photographer describes the polar bears he studies, including information about habits, physical characteristics, child-rearing practices and their endangered environ.

In this attractive addition to a new series featuring animals in the wild, a veteran photographer describes the polar bears he studies, including information about habits, physical characteristics, child-rearing practices and their endangered environment. Opening with a suspenseful encounter with a bear with a toothache, the smoothly written text complements striking photographs, some close-up and some showing bears in their usual habitat. Sidebars describing staying warm in the Arctic and hunting like a bear help the young reader connect. Like other books in the series, the text stresses the.

Huge, powerful and fearless is Nanook, the polar bear. Standing 10 feet tall on its hind legs, reaching 1,650 pounds and renowned for its singular ferociousness, the polar bear reigns in the North. Surviving on the starkly beautiful arctic landscape of tundra, snowfield and frigid waters, the typically retiring Ursus maritimus -- with its tapered profile, tufted ears, snowy-white coat and coal-black nose and eyes -- is arrestingly photogenic. By capturing this magnificent creature on film, award-winning photographer Norbert Rosing has been a leader in raising awareness of the polar bear as fierce predator, loving parent, insistent jester. In Polar Bears 2005, we present his irresistible invitation to that world.