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Posted: 07 January 2011 at 10:08pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by chal_phek_mat

\with the extreme cold wave gripping the world, I think the Polar bears can find residence in a lot many more places like Cape May NJ and then you will have to create a post for folks like me with a heading "poor CPK"

Chal ji kya baat hai?
You and Qwerty Bhai will always find a niche for yourselves n become indispensable.LOL

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Posted: 07 January 2011 at 10:15pm | IP Logged

Who cares if my grandkids aren't gonna see a polar bear? even I didn't see a dinosaur Confused

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Posted: 08 January 2011 at 1:54am | IP Logged
Originally posted by chal_phek_mat

\with the extreme cold wave gripping the world, I think the Polar bears can find residence in a lot many more places like Cape May NJ and then you will have to create a post for folks like me with a  heading "poor CPK"


the polar bears won't eat you Tongue 

oh wait, they will.
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Posted: 08 January 2011 at 7:18pm | IP Logged
 
List of endangered Animals
 
 
POLAR BEAR
Polar Bear -- Copyright 1992 Zoological Society of San Diego
    Polar Bears are found throughout the arctic region, often covering hundreds of miles in their range. They have heavy white fur which camouflage them against the white landscape in which they live in.     Despite their size, they are extremely fast runners and wide-ranging travellers. They are also expert swimmers, with their thick layer of fur and fat insulating them against the extreme cold of their climate. They have hairy soles on their broad feet to protect them and insulate them from the cold, as well as help them move across the snow swiftly.     Their diet consists of fish, seal, caribou, birds, seaweed, grass and an occasional whale which strayed too far from its course.     Polar Bears are usually shy but they are known to be dangerous when attacked or confronted. They give birth to one to four cubs at a time in the winter and the cubs stay with their mother for up to three years.

    Polar Bears are endangered due to the man's excessive hunting for their priceless hide, tendons, meat, fat and flesh. Their numbers dwindled from several hundred thousands to a few hundred in a few years time. In efforts to protect Polar Bears, an international agreement was set up in 1973 whereby only traditional weapons were allowed to be used in the hunting of the Polar Bears.

 

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