Siberia village besieged by polar bears as hundreds of terrified walruses fall 38 meters to their deaths

Desdemona Despair 19 October 2017 (The Siberian Times) – Around 20 beasts have surrounded  Ryrkaypiy, with one bear cub trying to get into a house through the window.The polar bears were attracted by 5,000 walruses that appeared this year at a special protection zone in Chukotka.Many of the frightened flippered…

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