These live polar bear webcams will make you smile
Did you know that International Polar Bear Day is Sat. February 27? This year Polar Bears International (PBI) uses this day to grab the attention of moms and little ones with live chats, educational programs and plenty of live cameras.
Fancy a glimpse of polar bears and the Northern Lights? the PBI Live Camera is now live in all its Northern Lights glory.
photo: © Kt. Miller + Polar Bears International
Want to get to the heart of the matter and learn all there is to know about polar bears? You can take a special program that deeply explores how to protect polar bear families, watch a special screening of a movie about moms and cubs, and even do a recycled polar bear art project. Check out PBI’s International Polar Bear Day program here.
If your kids absolutely can’t wait until February 27th, you can wow them with these unique facts from PBI to get them excited for the big day.
Polar bears usually give birth to * twins *
Polar bears are the size of a guinea pig at birth (~ 1 pound!)
Polar bears are born blind and toothless
Polar bears touch their noses to ask to share food
Polar bears have black skin and their hair is transparent
Polar bears are marine mammals
Polar bears don’t prefer sea ice to land – they need sea ice to survive.
Featured photo: © BJ Kirschhoffer + Polar Bears International
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