Most of a Bear

We're gonna take a walk outside today - gonna see what we can find today.

Finding and cleaning bear bones.

The Soldier Bear

An Iranian boy found a Syrian brown bear cub in 1942, and sold it to the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of the Polish II Corps for canned meat. That's how the story of the most famous military animal started.

Kali the Orphaned Polar Bear Cub

Orphan of the ice: Polar bear whose mother was shot dead is nursed back to health

An adorable polar bear cub orphaned after its mother was shot dead has been making the most of its temporary home at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage.

Named Kali by the residents of Point Lay on Alaska's northwest coast who found him, the four-month-old cub is being held for observation at the zoo.

Despite his cuteness, the zoo will not be keeping the polar bear according to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spokesman Bruce Woods - he will eventually be transferred to another zoo - possibly out of the state.

VICE Shorts: Bear

Jack has the perfect birthday surprise planned for Emelie. Sometimes, though, plans go horrifically wrong.

Directed by Nash Edgerton.

Incredible Footage of Bbc Cameraman and Hungry Polar Bear

For more of this incredible footage please watch 'The Polar Bear Family & Me' - Mon 7 Jan 2013 21:30 BBC Two.

This is the terrifying moment a wildlife cameraman comes face-to-face with a fierce 1,000kg polar bear looking for its next meal. The eight-foot predator repeatedly attacks the perspex cage housing Gordon Buchanan as he films a new series. For almost 45-minutes the Scottish filmmaker endures the polar bear's sustained assault as it desperately looks for a weak spot in his pod. The bear, with its powerful paws and giant teeth, was trying to get hold of the 40-year-old so she could feed herself and her two young cubs.

Hero Cat

An awesome cats tries to protect his family's rubbish from a wild bear! The laughing is a little confusing, still an aweseome cat though.


What if you knew where your Teddy Bear really came from?

Filmbase / RT presents a Warrior Films production

Written & Directed by Jason Butler & Brendan Butler

Producer Dave Leahy | Director of Photography Ivan McCullough | Edited by Berni Stack and Risn O'Donnell | Original score composed by Louise Heaney | Sound Design & Mix by Paul Lynch at Mutiny Recording Studios | Puppet Design Asumpta Sweeney | Puppeteers Brendan Butler & Asumpta Sweeney | Special Effects Dave Roddham | Grading Orla OBrien | Online Dominic Lord | Music Performed by RT Concert Orchestra | Thanks to The Production Depot, Egg Post Production, IMRO, FS Screen Training Ireland, Contemporary Music Centre

A Homeless Polar Bear in London: Ft. Jude Law and Radiohead - Our leaders won't listen to her, but they'll listen to you. What do you have to say to those who want to destroy the Arctic? Tell us in a comment!

Greenpeace, Jude Law, Radiohead and hundreds of thousands of people around the world are coming together to demand we save the Arctic from oil drilling, industrial fishing and militarization. Join us at

Polar Bears Sparring (HD)

Polar bears spar as a way of preparing for the winter's hunting. See these giants gently play, then check out the Polar Bear LiveCams!

Two Fingers "Vengeance Rhythm"

Artist: Two fingers
Track: Vengeance Rhythm
Label: Big Dada
Written & directed by: Chris Ullens
Assistant and much more: Jamie Durand
Producer: Adam Farley
Editor: James Wright at Ten three
Art Director: Ciaran beale
Director of Photography: Ben Magahy
Grade: Ned Al-Astrabadi at Happy Finish
Animator: Chris Ullens
Second Animator: Cadi Catlow
Young boy: Flynn Karlsson
Pyrotechnics: Arcadia SFX
High-speed camera: Love High Speed
Studio for high-speed: Rockwell Studios
Lights: Panalux
Special thanks to: Jade Bogue & Martin Dobson at Ninja Tune

Ted Talks: Scott Fraser: The Problem with Eyewitness Testimony

Scott Fraser studies how humans remember crimes -- and bear witness to them. In this powerful talk, which focuses on a deadly shooting at sunset, he suggests that even close-up eyewitnesses to a crime can create "memories" they could not have seen. Why? Because the brain abhors a vacuum.