Polar bear celebrated his 28th with birthday cake


Little polar bears Anana and little one celebrated their birthday with personalized birthday cakes- Pink for Anana and blue for little one and their ages were mentioned out atop birthday cakes at Cincinnati Zoo’s polar in USA sounds definitely unusual!

The birthday celebration video has been shared by Cincinnati Zoo & botanical garden and it has been viewed by 63,864 viewers and received over 5 K likes and tons and tons of comments wishing these two happy birthday.

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Polar Bear Birthday Party

Happy birthday to Anana and Little One! Anana turned 17 yesterday & Little One is 28 today! Polar bears are threatened due to climate change and right here at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, a team of scientists is racing against the clock to save the polar bear. In partnership with zoos across North America, CREW researchers are working to save this iconic animal with science. Join us as we work to raise a total of $70,000 by December 31st for CREW’s Signature Polar Bear Conservation Project! Click here for more info: http://cincinnatizoo.org/support/donate/polar-bear-challenge/

Posted by Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The video has a grabbed attention of viewers on social media platform; the video has been admired and loved by so many viewers.

Polar bears as a species are listed as most endangered and vulnerable. Polar bears faced lot of trouble due to intensive global warming plus, for a long time there was no restriction on hunting of polar bears which caused a great drop in the number of polar bear available now!

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The Cincinnati Zoo and botanical garden is the 2nd oldest zoo of USA and it is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Zoo has been very active in breeding of animals to help save species, starting as early as 1880 with the first hatching of a trumpeter swan in a zoo, as well as four passenger pigeons. This was followed in 1882 with the first American bison born in captivity. Its frozen zoo plays a vital role, as it is stored over 2,500 specimens showcasing approx 65 plant and 60 animal species.