In my opinion, one of the best things humanity has captured on video. Done in 1979 by Voyager 1 as it approached Jupiter.
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What Are The Odds? – Kermode Bear
The Spirit Bear is actually a white Black Bear, which sounds funny and incredibly contradictory but it is the truth. They are not albino and as such don’t have the pink eyes that is normally associated with albino animals, rather the colour of their fur is a result of two recessive genes being expressed. It is believed that 1 out of 10 Black Bears carry this recessive “white-coat” gene, so in theory, they should be able to exist anywhere that Black Bears live. Interestingly enough, the main population of Kermode Bears can be found on the islands off the coast of British Columbia, Canada in a temperate rainforest appropriately named the Great Bear Rainforest. The population of Spirit Bears is most likely greatest in this area as a result of conservation efforts of the First Nation tribes. These groups valued the Kermode Bear and as such didn’t hunt or trap this beautiful creature. As a result it is believed that the population of the Spirit Bear is between 400-1000 individuals in this area. How is that for proof that animal conservation can truly help a species (or sub-species) survive.
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I really dislike the way this and most articles are written about the Kermode Bear so I am also going to link in the well known Nat Geo article for a full understanding.