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  • Arctic Dreams
  • Sleeping Polar Bear
  • Print size: 55 x 28 centimetres (21.7” x 11” inches)       
  • Limited Edition of 295
  • Lithographic print
  • Signed and numbered by David Dancey-Wood
  • Released in 2008


Behavior and Habitat:
Polar bears are solitary animals that roam the Arctic sea ice in search of food. They are excellent swimmers and can travel long distances in the water, using their powerful front paws to propel themselves through the water.

Polar bears are apex predators, meaning that they are at the top of the food chain. They primarily hunt seals, which they catch by waiting for them to surface through breathing holes in the ice. They also scavenge for food, including the remains of whales and other marine animals.

Polar bears are found only in the Arctic, where they rely on sea ice for their survival. They spend much of their time on the ice, hunting, and resting. As sea ice melts due to climate change, polar bears are facing an uncertain future.

Threats and Conservation:
Climate change is the biggest threat facing polar bears today. As Arctic sea ice continues to melt at an alarming rate, polar bears are losing their habitat and their food sources. In addition, they face other threats, including hunting, pollution, and habitat disturbance.


Arctic Dreams, (Sleeping polar bear drawing)

PriceFrom £75.00
    • Free Uk postage on all orders over £150.00
    • International shipping available
    • Currently, we can only send framed prints to UK destinations
  • All new prints are individually numbered and signed by David Dancey-Wood. Selection of prints sold is random and no particular number can be guaranteed. However, if you have a particular number that you would like or any that you definately do not want then please specify this when you purchase and we will do our best to help you get a number you're happy with. Numbered prints cannot be changed after they have been shipped.

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