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A polar bear yawns after waking up from his slumber on the drifting ice, in the north west of Spitsbergen, in the archipelago of Svalbard. Polar bears sleep seven to eight hours a day and will nap often to conserve energy. That energy is used to swim or walk over long distances in the search for seals, their main staple.
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