[OK, I said that. Here’s a card. Now can we go get a Snow Cone, Ma? Huh can we Huh can we Huh can we?]
(From the U.S. Interior FB via Maureen P.)
These images were taken in Manitoba, Canada from Andre and Anita Gilden, and capture a Bebeh Polar Bear exploring the outside world for the first time! (They were taken in 2014 but just now released.)
(Spotted by Smedley on Daily Mail.)
Oh, and maybe a video or two.
Thanks to Anna S. for sending!
Kinda looks like Knut, huh? (Sadly, the world famous polar bear passed away almost four years ago.) This happens to be Knut’s new half brother! According to Mashable, this fellow was born in December and surfaced for the first time over the weekend at the Rostock Zoo in Germany. He’s due to get a name in March. We translated a bit of their site:
“After ten years, it’s time again: There’s polar bear young in Rostock! The entire zoo team is very excited about the apparently quietschfidele cub. The parents are mother and father Lars Vilma. Will be up to the parent-child duo on the grounds to see, yet it takes a few weeks and depends on the weather. We hope for the end of March. Until then, we are on multiple screens about the zoo distributed recordings from the birth den of Vilma show that are updated weekly. On our website you will find already short clips from the offspring.”
[Everybody have a great Toesday, OK? Remember, it’s another short holiday week!]
(Photo by Sylvain Cordier as seen on Mail Online.)
[I know, I know, Santa didn’t bring you the Xbox you wanted. Maybe next year, K?]
Arne spotted this Big Bear Hug in Churchill, Canada on The Telly. Photo by Alexey Tishchenko/HotSpot Media.
Right on the
heels paws of last week’s OMG Live Polar Noses comes this Nosevember gem, c/o Jennifer A. “UH MAH GAW!! POLAH BEAH SNOUT!!” she says.
You are looking LIVE LIVE LIVE at some terrific Polar Schnozzles! (Just click the blue arrow button below.) This is a live web cam feed in the wonderful town of Churchill, Manitoba in the Great White North. Polar Bear Week starts tomorrow, and you can learn more at Explore.org.
From Boing!!! Boing!!!