MARIO CYR — PHOTOGRAPHY

Wager Bay — Kivalliq, Nunavut
Wager Bay — Kivalliq, Nunavut

I had the chance to follow this family for a whole day. She was looking for food. Fortunately, after a few hours of swimming and thanks to their highly developed sense of smell, the bears found a ringed seal carcass left by Inuit hunters— © Mario Cyr - Plongée Alpha

White Island — Kivalliq, Nunavut
White Island — Kivalliq, Nunavut

I had the chance to follow this family for a whole day. She was looking for food. Fortunately, after a few hours of swimming and thanks to their highly developed sense of smell, the bears found a ringed seal carcass left by Inuit hunters— © Mario Cyr - Plongée Alpha

© Pierre Dunnigan.com
© Pierre Dunnigan.com

L'ours blanc est, avec l'ours kodiak, le plus grand carnivore terrestre vivant. Les mâles adultes pèsent généralement entre 400 et 600 kg mais peuvent parfois atteindre les 800 kg pour une taille de 2 à 3 mètres de long.

Wager Bay — Kivalliq, Nunavut
Wager Bay — Kivalliq, Nunavut

I had the chance to follow this family for a whole day. She was looking for food. Fortunately, after a few hours of swimming and thanks to their highly developed sense of smell, the bears found a ringed seal carcass left by Inuit hunters— © Mario Cyr - Plongée Alpha

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WHITE ISLAND — KIVALLIK, NUNAVUT

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Mario Cyr, renowned filmmaker and renowned leader of Arctic and Antarctic expeditions, is one of five world-renowned ice diving experts. He is now an international reference in the film production, wildlife documentary and ocean and polar expeditions industry. His expertise, his passion and his talent in these fields are an important vector for the transmission of underwater knowledge, thus raising his public's awareness of the issues of ecology.