THEME The Polar Bear Blog

THE POLAR BEAR BLOG

DSC_8901.jpg by Nick Smith

DSC_8901.jpg by Nick Smith

The adorable polar bear twins, born at the Hellabrunn Zoo on December 9 last year, have been given their names: Nela & Nobby. The fluffy pair are rather playful and adventurous…and in need of a bath. Check out the video by Bernd and for photos of the twins head over to knutisweekly.com.

Today is the day for polar bears!

Join in and show your support by taking action on reducing your carbon footprint and raising awareness on polar bears. Feeling like a challenge? Have a go at Polar Bears International’s Thermostat Challenge and let them know how you get on!

What will you be doing today to help polar bears?

(Source: thepolarbearblog, via polarbearpawprints)

Toronto Zoo needs your help in naming their male polar bear cub. Staff at the zoo have selected their top six names and you can vote for your favourite one!
[Photo: Toronto Zoo]

Toronto Zoo needs your help in naming their male polar bear cub. Staff at the zoo have selected their top six names and you can vote for your favourite one!

[Photo: Toronto Zoo]

Happy Sunday by Tin Man

Happy Sunday by Tin Man

Polar Bear by G Steel

Polar Bear by G Steel

Siku's siblings at the Scandinavian Wildlife Park have now been named. The male is called Nanu who weighs in at 147kg and the female is called Nuno weighing in at 125 kg. 
Don’t forget you can watch Nanu, Nuno and Siku on cam 8:00am - 10:00am EST.

Photo: Scandinavian Wildlife Park

Siku's siblings at the Scandinavian Wildlife Park have now been named. The male is called Nanu who weighs in at 147kg and the female is called Nuno weighing in at 125 kg. 

Don’t forget you can watch Nanu, Nuno and Siku on cam 8:00am - 10:00am EST.

Photo: Scandinavian Wildlife Park

Toronto Zoo Polar Bear Cub - “My Paws Are Growing”