Wardah Razzaq, Green Blogger

Today, is “International Polar Bear Day”. Arctic people loves all the polar things and polar bears may just be our favourite also! Polar bears are the spectacular animals that lives in the North. Polar Bear, is the most iconic symbol of the Arctic. Polar bears lives in the northern hemisphere and about sixty percent of them lives within Canada. They are found in twelve sub-populations and might adapt to severe environmental conditions and challenges. In Canada, they are found in the Ellesmere Island in the North to James Bay in the South. Basically, International Polar Bear Day is about awareness and understanding the challenges which polar bear faces in the challenging world.

Polar Bears: How, They Had Adapted To Their Arctic Realm?

Have, you ever thought that where polar bears evolved from to become the white bears? Polar bears had adapted themselves to a frozen world with few resources. They hunts their preferred preys.

Some Interesting Facts About Polar Bears

Polar bears are the largest land carnivores. They are known for their tenderness towards their cubs. They can run or swim very fastly. They had actually got their Latin name which actually means, “Sea Bear”. They are adapted to several seasonal habits and challenges.

International Polar Bear Day With Arctic Kingdom

At, arctic kingdom people observes the day with full zeal. Arctic ambassadors believes in and appreciates the concern and attachment which the people feels towards the environment and the need to protect these animals after seeing them. It, makes the need for conservation real to visitors and can last a lifetime.

About the Author: A graduate of environment from PU, Lahore. An environmentalist and an environmental writer and a climate activist. She is envisioned to raise awareness among the people related to different environmental issues and committed at guiding and making the people aware that how they can become the responsible citizens of Pakistan sustainably and eco-friendly. She loves to write on nature, environment and climate.