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Goodbye Inuka, sad to see you go, may there be a place in animal heaven where you get to play in snow and swim in deep blue sea.
Fare thee well!
Inuka (1990 - 2018)

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Approfitto della giornata di festa per sistemare tutti i refill che ho comprato da @peanutsplannerco. Comodissimo anche l'elenco con i numeri corrispondenti per tener conto degli acquisti.

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Eins der Bilder, auf die ich besonders stolz bin. Die Eisbärenzwillinge geben sich nen Knutschi. Gerade in der richtigen Sekunde abgedrückt. 😊

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Daily Doodle 34
Totally forgot to upload yesterday's and monday's daily Doodle 😅
But here ya go, a gangster polar bear
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#RIPInuka: After word got out that #Inuka might be put down, several get-well-soon cards lined his enclosure. Monday was the last day the polar bear was seen in public. Swipe left to watch the full video, our tribute to Singapore's last polar bear. #SingaporeZoo #PolarBear

Global warming is heating up the Arctic faster than anywhere else, and sea ice is shrinking 14 percent per decade. Even today, in the middle of the bitter cold Arctic winter, satellites show there is about 770,000 square miles less sea ice than the 1981 to 2010 median (That's an area larger than Alaska and California combined). In the late spring, the ice is breaking up sooner and forming later in the fall, forcing bears to burn huge amounts of energy walking or swimming long distances to get to any remaining ice. Or they stay on land longer, spending the summer and, increasingly, the fall fasting, living off their fat from the seals they caught in the spring.
Source: nat geo sites and internet

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