Toesday II: Polar Paws UP!

240FD66D00000578-0-image-a-1_1418636671214[Everybody have a great Toesday, OK? Remember, it’s another short holiday week!]

(Photo by Sylvain Cordier as seen on Mail Online.)

C’Mere, Ya Big Lug

[I know, I know, Santa didn’t bring you the Xbox you wanted. Maybe next year, K?]

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Arne spotted this Big Bear Hug in Churchill, Canada on The Telly. Photo by Alexey Tishchenko/HotSpot Media.

Mom Taxi XXXVI: Pair O’ Prosh Polars

potd-polar-bear_3142234kMom’s hauling her little one through the Wapusk National Park, Canada by photographer David Jenkins. From Arne as seen on The Telly.

We NOSE What YOU’RE Up To, Buddy

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.

FAVE FRAME™!

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OMG Live Polar Noses

U6F1bcnMe5VAcPTbOoe_cYWeZhNQ3z9Y5dQOFuQqpcgo6-DBdHVHHPPuBbE-xJZ5FTgcs153EG0kfWuHYs5maYYou 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!!!

Do U Have An Extra Fish For Me, Please?

article-2741966-2103461E00000578-557_964x746Photographer Greg Harvey took this terrific shots at Wapusk National Park in Manitoba, Canada. (As seen on Mail Online.)

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In Search Of: Sea Ice

Polar Bears need sea ice to survive. Let’s follow them on their journey. Unfortunately, due to climate change, their journey is getting harder than ever.

From Digital Trends.

Oh, U Want A Piece Of ME?

Bring it ON, pal! And when we’re done, Mom is gonna have to toss BOTH of us in the tub!

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Images from Trend Addict.com.

Read My Lips, No New ‘Tockses

Oops, I meant, know new ‘tockses.

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Lale stares at photographers while exploring her enclosure at the zoo in Bremerhaven, Germany, for the first time.” Via SFGate.

Polah Beah Cuteh Patooteh

Hear that? Listen … … It’s the soft pittah pattah of bebbeh polah beah paws …

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Zookeepers in Novosibirsk, Russia, report that mama, Gerda, brought her 4 month old cub out of their den for the first time on March 6.

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No one knows if the cub is a boy or a girl, and Gerda’s not ready to share yet.

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This summer, there will be a special contest held for local residents to choose the little bear’s name.

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Er, that gives us a great head start, doesn’t it? Nobody said we can’t have our own naming fun. And, we can plan a trip to the Novosibirsk Zoo! And, we can squee over “our” bebbeh polah beah, that we named, the best name of all in the whole world! Right?!

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“Gerda the polar bear and her baby peek out from their den at the Zoo in Novosibirsk, Russia. The cub was born in December.” Photos By Ilnar Salakhiev/Associated Press.

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