Having written a post all about the two cute polar cubs at the zoo, adult polar bears felt left out. So here’s a post all about the adult polar bears at the Metro Toronto Zoo.
Here in the Metro Toronto Zoo, the adult polar bears has a single enclosure. There’s some rocky area and a pool where they can swim in. Since polar bears likes to swim a lot, the pool also has an underwater viewing area.
Here they are performing a little diving action as captured from the underwater viewing area. Of course due to the heave glass used for the underwater viewing area, a clear picture is almost impossible.
Polar bears get a daily dose of carrots and fishes at noon every day at the Toronto Zoo.
A little carrot is good for you health.
This one just took a dive and got his little treat beneath the pool. He’s savouring every bit of it.
Polar bears like to swim, but they also like to stay dry. During lunch time, they take dives to get their daily snack of fishes and carrots. After that, spattering water droplets from its fur the polar bear gets itself dry so it can feel cool and refreshing.
After snack, polar bears are resting comfortably. This one is enjoying a bit of noon time sun shine.