The company partnered with Polar Bears International to get a glimpse of the animals in their natural habitat.

To celebrate International Polar Bear Day, Google and Polar Bears International (PBI) released amazing images of the polar bears in their natural habitat.

Google partnered with PBI to send Street View to Churchill, Manitoba, also known as the “polar bear capital of the world” or home to one of the largest populations of polar bears, and capture images of the fascinating animals in the wild.

With the help of expert-guided adventures company Frontiers North, Google attached its Street View Trekker to a specially-designed vehicle called the Tundra Buggy, which traveled across the landscape to capture images of the polar bears, without interfering with them or with other animals and species in the area.

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