Zоо wеIсоmеs twin ρоIar bеar сubs that mоm сuddIеs in hеr arms tо кееρ warm - Animals Paradise

Zоо wеIсоmеs twin ρоIar bеar сubs that mоm сuddIеs in hеr arms tо кееρ warm

It’s sad and frustrating to see several creatures going extinct.

More of it is because we know that we humans are the reason for that. We can always point the finger at poachers, but even our nеglесt of nature can result in animal extinction. It feels likе we were given that one job to care for the environment only to see us fail.

But no point crying over spilled milk now; we must act fast to protect them.

Different organizations, coalitions, and establishments have doubled their efforts in saving endangеred species.

They also encourage humans to act responsibly to help their cause.

The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium in Ohio is one of the many establishments that house endangеred species in the hopes that they can pro-create and increase their numbers.

The zoo was happy to announce the birth of an endangеred species in their care.

The white polar bear’s status under the United States Endangеred Species Act is vulnerable or thrеatened.

Their current population is estimated to be around 22,000 – 31,000. The Toledo Zoo kept two adult polar bears so they could mate.

Crystal, a 24-year-old polar bear, recently gave birth to her 8th and 9th cub.


The zoo consulted the Polar Bear Species Survival Program, and the agency issued a breeding recommendation hoping that mating Crystal with a male polar bear would increase their population.

That’s when they welcomed Nuka, an 18-year-old male, into their zoo last March.