What you are looking at is not an albino, or polar bear. This is the rare Kermode Bear, also known as a "spirit bear." Spirit bears are white subspecies of black bears and are very prominent in the mythology of the Canadian First Nations and American Indians of the area. The white appearance is due to a recessive allele common in the population, allowing for 1/10th of the population to feature this white coat.
The Kermode bear, also known as a "spirit bear," is a subspecies of the North American Black Bear and lives in the central and north coast of British Columbia, Canada. About 1/10 of their population has white or cream-coloured coats. by Nathan Lovas
Neither albino nor polar bear, the spirit bear (also known as the Kermode bear) is a white variant of the North American black bear, and it's found almost exclusively in the Great Bear Rainforest on Canada's western coast. White fur occurs in only one of every 40 to 100 black bears on the British Columbia mainland coast, but the trait is especially pronounced on certain islands in the Great Bear Rainforest.
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