Animals

For these shots the photographer has spent 117 hours in the fierce cold

Every year from mid-February to mid-March in the canadian national Park Wapusk happens to be a great event: polar bear for the first time come to light with their four-month-old calves.

In the past year, experienced wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini decided to film this process and went for photoshoot. In the end, she spent 13 days and waited for 117 hours in front of the den with an average temperature of about -50 °C.

We admire the dedication of the photographer and published the unique pictures made in extremely difficult conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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