How The Polar Bear Got Its Coat
Posted: Feb 01, 2012 7:55 PM ET
In 2004 a rare polar bear fossil was found in Norway. It was comprised of part of a jaw-bone and one tooth, but it has been a treasure-trove of information for Dr. Charlotte Lindqvist.
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