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Sleepy polar bear that dug out a bed in sea ice to nap wins prestigious wildlife photography award
by Li Cohen
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7 February 2024
On 7 February 2024 CBS News reported:
One of the world's most prestigious wildlife photography awards has announced its winner-- and it's equal parts mesmerizing and adorable. The winner of the Natural History Museum of London's Wildlife Photographer of the Year award is Nima Sarikhani, for her captivating image of a polar bear sleeping on sea ice.
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The photograph, called 'Ice Bed,' was captured in Norway's Svalbard archipelago, the museum says in its description of the photo.
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