ON DISPLAY THROUGHOUT THE ZOO May 24-September 30
DAISY THE POLAR BEAR
Daisy sits on a melting iceberg to symbolize the habitat loss currently happening in the arctic due to climate change. Polar bears have adapted to hunt their main food source, seals, on arctic ice shelves. As those shelves shrink due to a warming world, polar bears struggle to find new food sources. Although most of us will never see a polar bear in the wild, they are an example of how our actions affect species globally. We are part of a global system, and it is our responsibility to make choices that do not harm the species we share our world with.
Can you find these marine debris items in this sculpture?
- daisies on her cheeks
- cooler lids
- water bottles
- umbrella handles
- soap pumps
- hard hat
- toy tires
If you can’t you’d better plan a visit to the Zoo today to see these amazing sculptures in person!
You can purchase Zoo Admission tickets online!
LEAVE NO TRACE
Help preserve the environment. The next time you travel to the beach, river, or any wilderness, leave only footprints and take only photographs, memories, and trash home.
Pack it in and pack it out.
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