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Youth Engagement: Education Project on Polar Bears

Youth Engagement: Education Project on Polar Bears

We’ve had weather at both ends of the thermometer this past year, which may lead us to wonder how a human can’t survive the outdoor cold for long, whereas polar bears live outdoors year-round.

They don’t build shelters, and they don’t live in houses, so how do they survive cold harsh climates? You may even be surprised to hear that polar bears can swim, and they can spend a greater part of their day on sea ice. For this reason, polar bears are in the marine animals class, being one of the few mammals to have this honour. These interesting animals have adapted over the years to survive in their own habitat, the Arctic region of our planet. Here are some interesting facts about these animals.

Youth Engagement: Education Project on Polar Bears

An educational project has been launched, aiming to capture the attention of the youth regarding the conservation issues surrounding polar bears. Students are not only learning about the bears but also becoming active participants in their preservation.

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