Alaskan giant polar bear

Alaskan giant polar bear

(Alaska and Kodiak Island NA);

An enormous white bear, much bigger than a Kodiak, that is a creamy white and has hair on the pads of it’s feet is mentioned in Alaskan folklore. One woman from Kodiak Island remembers vividly how her father once killed a giant white ebar with hairy paws. she insisted it was ntohing like a Kodiak bear. Possibly the same species as McFarlane’s bear.

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