Sea Bears 576/9 by Kerry Goodwin of Moorcroft


Sea Bears 576/9 by Kerry Goodwin of Moorcroft.

Although noted as the planet’s biggest land-based carnivores, polar bears actually spend most of their lives around water and ice, with their Latin name meaning ‘sea bear.’ Kerry choreographs a celebration of these usually solitary animals as they prowl in their slow, plodding gait, keeping a watchful eye over their young cubs while others are swimming and hauling their colossal shaggy white-coated bodies out of the icy depths against vast stretches of ice-bergs in this Arctic scene of water and ice.