ANIMALS

Video: Polar Bear Jumps And Rolls In The Snow, Capering Like A Small Kid

Date January 28, 2019 18:08

Let’s take a moment to appreciate this polar bear’s love for life. On an ordinary winter day, a bear named Sakari decided to play in the snow and have a swim in the pond, and the way he is doing it is so inspiring! The huge beast is capering like a kid, tumbling and nuzzling into the snowbanks.

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His fun is truly contagious!

Videos of Sakari, the polar bear, were released by the Buffalo Zoo and it received thousands of views!

It seems like this huge wild animal is enjoying his residence. The Buffalo Zoo claims they stand for wildlife conservation, protecting and restoring its natural habitats.

Polar bears are now under the serious danger posed by climate change, as their life depends on the continued existence of the artic ice. Apart from global warming, their life is threatened by the developing oil-producing companies, which are now targeting the Arctic. The World Wild Life organization is working hard on preventing these majestic creatures from being extinct.

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Video: Polar Bear Jumps And Rolls In The Snow, Capering Like A Small KidVideo: Polar Bear Jumps And Rolls In The Snow, Capering Like A Small KidNaturesMomentsuk / Shutterstock.com

Here are other facts of polar bears that might surprise you:

  • They are the only bear species to be classified as marine mammals;
  • Their skin is actually black under the white fur;

Video: Polar Bear Jumps And Rolls In The Snow, Capering Like A Small KidVideo: Polar Bear Jumps And Rolls In The Snow, Capering Like A Small KidHimanshu Saraf / Shutterstock.com

  • Males are twice bigger than females and weigh up to 800kg. Their bodies reach 3 meters in length;
  • On land, these creatures can develop the maximum speed of 40km per hour (25mph). In the water, they reach up to 10 km per hour (6mph);
  • Polar bears can live up to 30 years in the wild;
  • These animals have many names: white bear in Russia, ice bear in Denmark and Norway. The Inuit people of the Canadian Arctic call them nanuq, which means an animal that deserves great respect.

This huge beast inspire respect and admiration! One of the fiercest and most beautiful animals, they also remind us of how important it is to enjoy the simple pleasures in life, and snow-loving Saraki makes the best of his life at the Buffalo Zoo.

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