By Kristiana Hall
A lonely polar bear has been caught wondering across snow-less terrain.
Patrick Kientz, 59, was visiting Torngat National Park, Labrador, Canada, last year August when he saw the lonesome bear.
The photographer managed to snap the bear trying to catch fish as he roamed around alone.
Patrick believes it gives a rare glimpse into the future of how polar bears may exist without their snowy habitat.
Patrick, from Paris, France, added: “It’s very rare to catch a polar bear roaming alone without the snowy terrain.
“It was August when I visited Canada and the ice pack hadn’t yet formed.
“This photo gives an insight into how all polar bears will be living in a few years time as a result of climate change.”