Zoo staff in the American Portland took video of the reaction of the ten-month-old polar bear, who offered to plunge into the icy pool. The survey shows how a bear named Nora jumps into a small pool filled with ice cubes, and a few minutes of vigorously doing it, chewing a side.
All of this continues as long as the hole does not destroy the design. Unusual activities, such as bear suggested, pursuing two goals: to entertain animal that is quarantined after the move, as well as to conduct research.
The zookeepers keep track of how melting ice affects polar bears. Nora was the first newborn polar bear who lived more than a few days at the Columbus zoo since its opening in 1927. Her birth outside of wildlife was a miracle and the baby was priceless.