This polar bear mother is really interested in eating this camera left in the tundra.
An odd feature of the otherwise snowy barren landscape has peaked this mother polar bear's interest.
Watch as this polar bear and her cub curiously play with a remote camera.
The first steps of this polar bear cub are captured by the remote camera. This footage starts when the cub finally leaves the den.
The mother polar bear knows the camera is not supposed to be there. She claws it, chews on it, sniffs it and pushes it down a hill.
After she decides it's not a threat, her and the cub look for dinner elsewhere
Cameras make poor meal choices indeed. Better move on to better hunting grounds. But not before they got the shots they needed for their debut at nature filmmaking.