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Tree,Leaf,Earth,Animal,Bear,Maple,Collage,Deer,Trash,Protection,Images,Boar,Environmental,Environmental protection,Maple leaf,Polar,Polar bear,Recover,Tree leaf,Wild,Wild boar


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polar bear wiki:
>"Polar Bear" is also the name of White Bear Township, Minnesota and a trade name for a type of scuba diver's warm undersuit to be worn under a drysuit. The Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus), also known as white bear or northern bear, is a large bear native to the Arctic. It is the largest land carnivore species. It is the apex predator within its range. It is well-adapted to its habitat: its thick blubber and fur insulate it against the cold, its white color camouflages it from its prey, and it hunts well both on land and in the water. See more at

collage wiki:
lage (From the French, collé, to stick) is the assemblage of different forms creating a new whole.For example, an artistic collage work may include newspaper clippings, ribbons, bits of colored or hand-made papers, photographs, etc., glued to a solid support or canvas. See more at

environmental wiki:
ent is a complex of external factors. It acts on a system and determines its course and form of existence. An environment may be thought of as a superset, of which the given system is a subset. An environment may have one or more parameters, physical or otherwise. The environment of a given system must interact with that system. See more at

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