1. discoverynews:

Can This Baby Polar Bear Save the Species?
Because we can’t get enough of Siku, a polar bear cub born in captivity in Denmark. We just couldn’t NOT post another big picture of the baby cub. 

The Scandinavian Wildlife Park is developing a new information program  about climate change, sea ice in the Arctic Sea and polar bears. As the  program evolves, Siku “will become an Ambassador for his wild cousins  living in the Arctic,” continued the site, “Because the Scandinavian  Wildlife Park has some of the best and largest polar bear facilities in  the world, we are convinced that it will be possible for SIKU to become a  normal functioning polar bear within a few years.”

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    discoverynews:

    Can This Baby Polar Bear Save the Species?

    Because we can’t get enough of Siku, a polar bear cub born in captivity in Denmark. We just couldn’t NOT post another big picture of the baby cub.

    The Scandinavian Wildlife Park is developing a new information program about climate change, sea ice in the Arctic Sea and polar bears. As the program evolves, Siku “will become an Ambassador for his wild cousins living in the Arctic,” continued the site, “Because the Scandinavian Wildlife Park has some of the best and largest polar bear facilities in the world, we are convinced that it will be possible for SIKU to become a normal functioning polar bear within a few years.”

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