Meanwhile, there is some new Polar Bear action going on over in the Scandinavian Wildlife Park. Meet Siku, the milk-chugging polar passer-outer:
Posts tagged as: Bears
Oh, the finger-pointing was rampant that day. Carl blamed Randolph for sloppy blueprints. Bernie said it was Lou’s fault for buying cheap materials. But they all agreed on one thing: next time, they would hire a licensed contractor.
Personally, Chi King, I think it may be all that bamboo consumption.
Born last month at the Scandinavian Wildlife Park in Copenhagen, little Siku (it means “sea ice”) wasn’t getting enough milk from his mother, so keepers are giving him 24-hour care until he’s big enough to rejoin the family (contrary to the video’s title, he’s not an orphan). Listen closely for some classic honk-shuu action!
Also, check out the photo gallery at the Chicago Sun-Times.
We just can’t bear to see you (and your pic-a-nic basket) leave so soon!
No two pairs of ‘tocks are alike (wait, wha!?) And this pair is no exception.
I CHALLENGE THEE
What type of animal has these ‘tocks!?
For the answer, keep on scrollin’!
Selphie B. says koalas are the new face of disapproval.
Remember says Jorden C., if confronted by an adult-aged black bear, just be calm and act cool and merely ask the bear a question. Problem solved [clapping hands in 'done' motion]
Time for some cute nightmare fuel, in the form of this animation from artist and composer Cyriak, which looks like the result of a nuclear meltdown at Build-A-Bear.
Step 1: Locate Cub. Snorf cub neck to determine if said cub is indeed the correct cub that needs a pickin’ (up.)
Cuteporter Sarah A. discovered these gems by RomeoOliverPool.
On one side of the glass, sleepy baby pandas. On the other, thronging tourist panda-monium. I think we all know which side we’d rather be on, eh?
This isn’t a bed, it’s a carnival game! Give me a nice tree branch any day!