We hope you are enjoying watching the polar bear families on both the Ouwehand Zoo cams and Scandinavian Wildlife Park cams as they learn, grow, and play!
/ Post by Erica Wills of Polar Bears International Today is International Polar Bear Day (we’ll call it IPBD for short)! The photo above is of my roommates and I on last year’s IPBD. We each chose one of my many polar bears items and wore them/carried them around for the day to bring awareness
Today is International Polar Bear Day – a day where zoos, schools and conservation organizations from around the world join together to take action to reduce our carbon footprint. To commemorate this day, explore.org and Polar Bears International are hosting a special live Q&A on explore.org from 10-11am Pacific Time while showcasing some highlights from the recent polar bear migration. Can’t make the live
New evidence suggests that polar bears first appeared about five million years ago, making them much older than previously thought. They diverged from brown bears and underwent a series of evolutionary changes in order to survive in the harsh conditions of the Arctic—adaptations from the shape of their body to keener senses, white fur, and sharper teeth. The findings indicate that polar bears evolved over
/ Post by Katie Billing Michael Jordan, Gandhi, Oprah, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr, Jane Goodall, Steve Irwin. These are a few names of some of the most influential individuals this earth has had. Why are these people so memorable? Because they have passion. These people have motivated the world with speeches, free-throws, acts of