Polar Bear Spotted in Northern Iceland
Another polar bear was found wandering the north of Iceland, rather far afield from its normal habitat.
"The bear is in the north of Iceland near the town of Saudarkrokkur," Rax Axelsson, a photographer with Iceland's newspaper of reference, Morgunbladid, said.
"The bear is living off of eggs and birds" and does not appear to be hungry, he added.
The bear was discovered by 12-year-old Karen Heljateynsdottir not far from her farm as she was out walking her dog on Monday.
"She saw something white and thought it was a plastic bag, and then she realized it was a polar bear. She ran home and she said she has never run so fast in her life," Axelsson said.