The International Polar Bear Rescue and Education Centre in South Africa has been working to help rescue a group of polar bears that have become stranded in a remote area in southern South Africa.

The centre has been in touch with the South African government and the state government and is working with them to get them safely home, said a spokesperson for the centre.

“The polar bears are very stressed,” the spokesperson said.

“They are very close to our wildlife.

“So they have to get very close and they need to be together in groups. “

That is what they need.” “

So they have to get very close and they need to be together in groups.

That is what they need.”

The centre said it has trained its staff to use “self-propulsion” to lift the animals.

The staff are now going door-to-door to get the bears to their homes, but the polar bear cubs are not yet at the centre, said the spokesperson.

“It is still too early to say how many they have,” she said.

The team has set up a mobile phone line and is now trying to arrange for food for the polar animals, but so far, no one has come forward to give them food, she said, adding that they have set up roadblocks to prevent people from leaving the area.

The spokesperson said the team is working on getting the polar beasts into the centre as soon as possible.

The number of polar bear rescues in South African communities has decreased since the last polar bear incident in the country in 2016, when a cub died.

That incident was the most recent in a long string of polar incident that has been a problem for the country, the spokesperson added.