Native Americans Rescue Polar Bear

Source: Your Alaska Link, “Polar Bear Rescue.” YouTube. 23 September 2015

In September 2015, some Native Americans in Alaska noticed something struggling in the sea. It turned out to be a polar bear that was caught in a fishing net and was exhausted and close to drowning. Flora Rexford said, “My mother, my father went out on their boat.” So did Rolan Warrior, in whose net the polar bear was caught. Ms. Rexford said, “My mother and my father went on their boat, and then the guide, Rolan Warrior, the guy whose net it was, they went out with their boats. They helped with rescuing the bear because they darted it but it went into the ocean so if the boats weren’t there … they were critical in helping save it. They got it to the shore — rolled it up on the beach — had a hard time getting it up on the beach in the waves and they got the net free.”

For Further Information: “Exhausted Polar Bear Caught In Net Saved By Alaskan Inuit People.” White Wolf Pack. September 2015

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