WATCH: Polar Bears Pay Visit To School On Extremely Remote Alaskan Island

WATCH: Polar Bears Pay Visit To School On Extremely Remote Alaskan Island

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WATCH: Polar Bears Pay Visit To School On Extremely Remote Alaskan Island

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Little Diomede Island

The video below is of a polar bear and her cub running around the school grounds of Diomede, Alaska. The Diomede Islands lie in the middle of the Bering Strait. Big Diomede Island is owned by Russia, and Little Diomede Island is occupied by The United States.

There are less than 100 people that live on Little Diomede Island, and the school in the video is the only one on the entire island.

The video’s description says it was filmed just last week at 10 AM, and yet it’s pitch black outside like it was the middle of the night. Looks like the weather is absolutely brutal as well.

Who in the hell would ever want to live here? I guess it would be cool if a polar bear or two showed up from time to time, but those weather conditions looks absolutely brutal.

“Occurred on November 5, 2021 / Diomede, Alaska, USA “I was in Diomede, Alaska when this recording took place. It was 10 o’clock in the morning when the bear came up to the village. There was no ice for them to get across so they must’ve swum over. I work in the building the bears popped out in front of the one with the orange light on the building. Can see that my tracks were fresh also.” 

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