The votes are in, explore has deliberated, and polar bear mom X33410 will be renamed Ursula! We think it’s a perfect fit.
Like last year’s Aurora, the scientists of Polar Bears International have collared a new polar bear for explore.org fans to track! An 8-year-old mom with a yearling cub, she’s been given the name X33410, a number that the research team will use when tracking her throughout her life. But we want you to give her
Polar Bear Week is coming! We’re dedicating November 1-7 to celebrate the Arctic animal and help preserve their environment. We’ve partnered with Polar Bears International to bring you our series of Polar Bear Cams streaming live from the Churchill tundra. And PBI’s got a ton of activities and live chats lined up, plus tips you
Traveling the terrain of the icy Arctic Tundra takes a truck with muscle. Protecting passengers from polar bears takes tires 5 and a half feet tall. The Tundra Buggies of Frontiers North fit the job description. Maneuvering these massive all-terrain vehicles calls for a professional with some real moves. Meet Jim Baldwin, Tundra Buggy driver.