A stray polar bear is seen on a garbage dump at the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia June 18, 2019. It is the first polar bear seen in the city in more than 40 years, according to local environmentalists. REUTERS/Yuri Chvanov

A stray polar bear is seen in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia June 17, 2019. The starving animal has strayed hundreds of kilometers from its natural Arctic habitat and wandered, exhausted, into the major Russian industrial city of Norilsk in northern Siberia. REUTERS/Irina Yarinskaya/Zapolyarnaya Pravda

A stray polar bear is seen in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia June 17, 2019. Climate change has been damaging polar bears' sea-ice habitats and forced them to scavenge more for food on land, bringing them into contact with people and inhabited areas. REUTERS/Irina Yarinskaya/Zapolyarnaya Pravda

A stray polar bear is seen in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia June 17, 2019. A state of emergency was declared in a remote inhabited area of northern Russian earlier this year when dozens of hungry polar bears were seen scavenging for food and entering public buildings and homes. REUTERS/Irina Yarinskaya/Zapolyarnaya Pravda

A stray polar bear is seen in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia June 17, 2019. REUTERS/Irina Yarinskaya/Zapolyarnaya Pravda