What you need to know about the controversial new ‘freezing dance’ video
Freezing dance is a popular form of dance.
But a new video has taken the internet by storm.
The clip, which is only available in a handful of countries, shows a dancing bear performing a traditional dance that’s traditionally performed in snow and ice.
It’s not the first time a frozen dance has been featured in a viral video.
Last year, the video featuring a naked girl performing a similar dance, garnered over 6 million views on YouTube.
The video was made by a British-American group called Freezing Dance, who were filming in Antarctica and hoped to create a documentary about the polar bear.
The group had previously worked on the video for the UK’s BBC program “The World in Motion.”
Freezing dancers are usually young women who perform with a group of dancers, usually around 12 or 13.
The choreography is often a combination of dancing, hand-holding and footwork.
But they often also use the bare bottom and feet to give their performers an exaggerated feel, according to the BBC.
Many ice dancers in Antarctica are women, but Freezing Dancers are often men.
They usually wear nothing but a mask or a jacket, and don’t carry any weapons.
In the new video, they’re dancing in what appears to be ice, with their feet dangling over a ledge, and their feet moving in the air.
The bears in the video have the ability to move as they dance, but they rarely dance as fast as the humans.
They may stop at the edge of the ice, but not before moving faster than the human dancers, according the BBC’s The World in Action.
Freezing dancing is popular among young people in the United States and in Europe, but in recent years, the practice has been banned in some countries, including the United Kingdom, Denmark and Norway.
Freezes are often used to attract attention, which can sometimes be an advantage.
Freezer dancing is especially popular in countries with a strong sense of tradition, such as Russia, which banned it in the early 2000s.
The British government banned it from Russia in 2009.
The move sparked protests and calls for a national boycott of Russia by celebrities and businesses.
But the ban was overturned in the face of pressure from Russian authorities, including a Russian-British film director, Dmitry Kiselev, who wrote that the country is now more open to the art form.
Freeze dancing has also been controversial in Russia, where it is considered an outdated form of traditional dance.
Freezers are a popular pastime among young women in Russia and are often accompanied by masks and heavy makeup.
In 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree banning the use of frozen dance in the country.
In Russia, it is illegal to take pictures of a frozen bear or any other animal in the Arctic.
A 2014 report by the International Union for Conservation of Nature found that the practice of frozen dancing was being used by young people as a form of “videotape entertainment,” which is considered a violation of Russian law.
The BBC recently reported that the new “freezing” video is the latest in a series of videos produced by Freezing Dancing, which were banned in several countries.