A white bear appeared in Chhattisgarh after a long time, people thought it was extinct – न्यूज़लीड India

A white bear appeared in Chhattisgarh after a long time, people thought it was extinct


assumed to be extinct

A large number of wild animals are found in the Gaurela Pendra Marwahi forest area of ​​Chhattisgarh. Bear is one of these wild animals. There are a large number of bears in the forests of Marwahi, which also come wandering like human settlements. It is a common sight to see bears in this area, but when the white bear appeared on Thursday, it was a very exciting moment for those interested in wildlife. Actually, the white bear was considered extinct in Chhattisgarh.

white bear playing with black bear

white bear playing with black bear

On Thursday, a white bear was seen with a black bear in Madakod village of Marwahi range. The white bear was seen walking and playing with the other bears. The villagers were thrilled to see the white bear from a distance and immediately made a video of the white bear and made it viral on social media. According to the information received from the forest department, Madakod is a bear affected area of ​​Marwahi forest division. A large number of bears live here, but white bears were not visible for a long time.

500 bears in Marwahi

500 bears in Marwahi

It is being told that on December 21, 2020, a white bear had died due to falling in the well in Andi village of Marwahi. The white bear was never seen in Marwahi after this incident. A large number of bears are found in this wild area. According to an estimate, there are about 500 bears in the Marwahi forest, some of which are also white bears. White bears were seen roaming in the area a few times from 1987 to 2020, but were never easily seen.

so it is white

so it is white

By the way, white bears live in the polar regions. Mostly black bears are found in the forests of India, but the white bears seen in Chhattisgarh are called albinos. Actually, albinism turns white due to such cells, which are unable to produce melanin. This causes their skin, eyes and hair to turn white. As long as albinism is present in the bear’s body, it may appear white or pink.

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